TI-Conference 2022

May 4 + 5, 2022 - Messe Essen, Essen

better planning. more efficient operation. more sustainable insulation.

Under this motto, the TI Conference (only in German) will celebrate its premiere on May 4 + 5, 2022 as part of the new industry event TI Expo + Conference. The two-day conference offers a comprehensive and practical program of lectures on all aspects of the insulation of operational systems in industry and technical building equipment.

Over the two days of the event, leading experts will speak on topics from the fields of energy efficiency and sustainability, standards and guidelines, digitalization, research and development, and maintenance and services.

Target groups are executives from implementing companies (industrial insulation industry) and product manufacturers as well as other industry representatives, technical planners of technical building equipment and architects, plant constructors and operators as well as energy auditors.

Excerpt from the TI Conference program:

  • Energy efficiency through insulation: the overlooked potential
  • Update of DIN 4140: importance for planning and execution
  • Detecting, testing and avoiding corrosion under insulation (CUI)
  • Current research results from the fields of heat, cold, sound and fire protection

The TI Conference is primarily aimed at the following target groups:

  • Building services planners and architects
  • Plant operators (plant managers, energy auditors, etc.)
  • Managers of contractors/processors
  • Managers of product manufacturers
  • Other interested parties

Current Corona Notes

The pandemic emergency of national scope has been lifted for Germany, the last restrictions expired on 2 April 2022.

The following therefore currently applies:
  • No access restrictions
  • No mask requirement
  • No visitor restrictions
  • No other restrictions for exhibitors or visitors

Reference for the state of NRW:
The Ordinance on Protection against New Infections with the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (Corona Protection Ordinance - CoronaSchVO) of 01.04.2022 states:
"Every person capable of understanding the basic rules of infection protection is required to behave in such a way that he or she does not expose himself or herself or others to unreasonable risks of infection.
To this end, the general rules of conduct on distance, hygiene and masks are to be observed in all areas of life in an appropriately self-reliant and solidary manner."