FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors

FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors - FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors

More information on: https://www.fesi.eu/ga14102021

Register your Insulation Training Centre here

National Associations often use training facilities for insulation workers. FESI would like to guide parties to the local training centers in the European region. Request for registering your training centre.

Register your Insulation Training Centre here - FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors

Who we are

Who we are - FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors

FESI is the information, activity and representative platform for European companies active in the insulation business.

Actually, FESI members represent 18 countries with about 1000 contractor companies and more than 40.000 employees.
Insulation work is executed in thermal, acoustic and fire protection of air channels, pipes, vessels, tanks, ships, buildings and other industrial equipment. The represented contractors are busy for the HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) sector and in the industrial insulation for power- petrochemical-, chemical- or other production plants.

The role, strategy and targets of FESI:

  • Information platform to national associations and their members in all issues of products, tools, training, and application,
  • Promote innovations in technical and working standards
  • Assist information exchange about level of training, education, and qualification
  • Support networking and communication between the national associations
  • Organize and run an attractive European championship for the insulation handcraft
  • Support lobby work to reduce energy waste and CO2 emission, which can be achieved by more and better insulation


Following the above described role and strategy this webside provides information to interesting companies, partners, clients and of course to our members and everybody busy in the insulation industry. For questions, please be invited to contact our secretary (see menu point).

TI-EXPO + CONFERENCE

The new annual highlight of the industrial insulation industry

The trade fair with accompanying conference is organised by the private trade fair organiser AFAG Messen und Ausstellungen in partnership with the Rudolf Müller Media Group, publisher of the trade magazine TI Technical Insulation.
A holistic focus: technical insulation as the key to achieving energy efficiency, climate targets and CO2 reduction.
Only at this trade fair will you be presented with products, solutions, processes and applications holistically for and with technical insulation.

Find your potential country energy savings here

Find your potential country energy savings here - FESI – European Federation of Associations of Insulation Contractors

FESI acts as the information-, activity- and representative platform for European companies active in the insulation business. We inform and link information about technical standards, innovations, training, and qualification in the context of all insulation issues from material to practical application and installation.

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