Industrial Insulation Standard

CINI Courses

NCTI provides interested parties the opportunity to obtain or to enhance the necessary knowledge of industrial insulation by attending a course or training. The 2-days course is based on the knowhow and experience  in the ‘insulation chain’, which is compiled in the CINI Manual. The CINI Course is designed for clients (producers), supervisors, inspectors, design and maintenance engineers, facility managers, etc.

After attending the 2-day CINI Course the candidate is able to use and apply the CINI Manual in a professional manner and to select materials and systems. The candidate will understand how insulation contributes to energy conservation and social responsibility and also after completion of the course he will know how the quality of the insulation and the underlying system can be assessed and maintained.

The CINI Course is conducted in Spijkenisse, in the heart of the Netherland’s Botlek Industrial Area near Rotterdam.
The course can also be customized to the requirements of the client. NCTI is happy to provide further information through

CINI Course Introduction

This course is an introduction in technical insulation for industries, prevention of corrosion under insulation (CUI), QA/QC systems, energy management, theoretical background and developments. All technical insulation aspects are reviewed according to the CINI standard in a 2-days class room workshop with practical references and cases, starting with an introduction of the CINI Manual. Costs € 1.290 excl. VAT (tax residence in the Netherlands).

Nov 20 and 21 2018

Inspector Insulation for Industries

This course follows the 2-day CINI Course and results in a certified CINI “Inspector Insulation for Industries”. This course only can be taken by candidates who have attended the 2‑day CINI Course, who own the CINI Manual and have proven much field experience as an insulation specialist. This 1‑day workshop training will be completed with an exam. Costs of the course: € 1.000 excl. BTW / VAT (tax residence in the Netherlands).

May 9 2019