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After the 21st Sanitary Engineering Symposium took place in the fall, we want to fill the usual spring date in presence again. The event will focus on current topics in sanitary engineering - both from the field of drinking water, as well as from drainage technology. Selected industry representatives will give advice on practical issues from their point of view.

As in the 21st Sanitary Engineering Symposium, we will again cover the entire spectrum of sanitary engineering. In the process, drainage technology will become increasingly important in the future, especially with regard to climate change and rainfall events. Among other things, we will present the latest developments in rainwater utilization in connection with European standardization. Likewise we treat the retention of the rain water on the property, by means of retention surfaces on the roof and the throttled discharge with the help of special shaft constructions. Large changes of the drinking water regulation are not to remain uncommented.

In addition we illuminate individual aspects from it more exactly - both the drinking water hygiene, and the effects of the cold water temperature. The recent energy crisis has led to controversial discussions regarding the heating of drinking water. Policymakers are emphasizing the use of heat pumps. Different system technologies - centralized or decentralized - compete with each other, and saving the resource of drinking water also leads to energy savings. We are looking forward to a broad professional audience: planners, implementing companies, operators and technical staff of large properties, hospitals and retirement homes.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Bäcker and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Peter Schmickler from the Department of Energy - Buildings - Environment will provide scientific support for the symposium. Organizer of the symposium is the TAFH Münster GmbH of the FH Münster.

Conference program

Welcome and Moderation
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Peter Schmickler FH Münster, FB EGU


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Boiting
Dean of the EGU Department, Münster University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Frank Dellmann
President FH Münster Dipl.-Ing.

Stefan Tuschy M.Eng.
German Association of the Building Services Industry (BTGA)

Bonn Andreas Braun
German Sanitary, Heating and Air Conditioning Association, ZVSHK, St. Augustin

1. Lecture block

The new Drinking Water Ordinance: Selected current aspects from a hygienic point of view: Lead, Water Safety Plan, Legionella, lowered hot water temperature
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Georg-Joachim Tuschewitzki, Haltern o

Cold water circulation: analysis of operating parameters Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Bäcker, Oliver Dresemann B.Eng., Münster University of Applied

Sciences Efficient operation of heat pumps at higher temperatures
Dipl.-Ing. Sven Kersten, NIBE Systemtechnik GmbH

- Lunch -

2. Lecture block

Central drinking water heating: Saving energy - but how?
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Bäcker, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Rickmann, Münster University of Applied Sciences

Saving water in the bathroom - where is the normative journey heading?
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Klüh, Hansgrohe SE

Retention drainage on greened flat roofs - opportunities and risks of throttled flat roof drainage
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Pieper, Sita Bauelemente GmbH

- Coffee break -

3. Lecture block

Rainwater harvesting systems - Presentation of the amended EN 16941-1 and the German supplementary standard DIN1989-100
Torsten Grüter, WILO SE

Smart pump chambers with discharge restriction
Michael Börder, Börder GmbH

- Get together -


We will be happy to provide you with the individual contributions as a download here after the end of the event.
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