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November 8, 2017

The Bill of Materials (BOM) plays an important role in any organization. It is a comprehensive list of components, labor, and equipment required to build a certain product. 

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October 24, 2017

When a generator arrives on site, it’s important that it be fully vetted and tested. That way it’s ready to get to work. ISCO performs a series of tests on generators—including verification of safety alarms, response times, and ability to hold a load—before they arrive on site in order to identify any problems with the manufacturing of the unit. If any issues are identified, it can be remediated before it even reaches its location. Testing before shipping reduces any costs associated with... Read More

October 17, 2017

Every construction project is an orchestra of moving parts, people, and machinery. One component that can make the process more efficient in the development of a data center is the use of a prefabricated electrical skid. These skids are pre-integrated with critical power systems and pre-commissioned before arriving at site. The testing of electrical skids prior to arrival at site is key to reducing any problems at site.

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September 25, 2017

At ISCO, it’s our honor to say that we’ve been completely American-made since our founding in 1983. International Supply Company (ISCO) is much more than an American business. We are part of the community in Edelstein, Illinois. It’s our people and their commitment to quality and service that make us who we are.

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September 21, 2017

Trucks, boats, planes, and trains, through sun, rain, snow, and hurricanes—moving goods and materials around the world is complicated, and it’s vital to have a competent and experienced logistics team to keep the surprises at a minimum. International Supply Company (ISCO) coordinates logistics and shipping of our generator enclosures nationwide. Because of our experienced and well-versed team, we can assure our clients that their products will arrive when they need them.

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September 12, 2017
For many, the explosion that severely damaged the BP Texas City petroleum refinery on March 23, 2005, killing 15 people, and injuring over 180 others, drove home the absolute importance of proper protection for personnel working in petroleum refinery blast zones. Of course, refineries are hardly the only place deadly blasts can occur—any place with electrical equipment or the possibility of producing flammable gasses faces this potential danger. Read More
September 8, 2017
From cave dwellings, wood, thatch, and adobe, to concrete and steel, the world of architecture has come a long way. Indeed, the use of steel and concrete has resulted in buildings so tall that their tops can sometimes disappear into the clouds. That is a testament to their enduring strength.   Read More
August 30, 2017

Fibrebond is proudly headquartered in Minden, Louisiana. For over 35 years, Fiberbond has been providing the highest quality products available for the telecommunications, power, and institutional markets. Delivering powerful solutions has been a driver behind the continued growth and success of what was once a small company. The most exciting part of Fibrebond isn’t just the products though, it’s the people! The business has become a central part of the local community and created a large... Read More

August 22, 2017

Fibrebond Corporation’s success is an example of what’s possible when family values and industry innovation unite. The company has evolved from a 12-man telecom team to Webster Parish, Louisiana’s fourth-largest employer with 495 employees. Today, Fibrebond services the telecom, power, and data center industries with mission-critical structures. Fibrebond’s current slogan, “A better way to build,” sums up more than three decades of experience.

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August 18, 2017

Once upon a time, if you were going to design a building, you would have to work out every detail in materials and layout by hand. With computers, of course, most design is now done using computer-aided design, also known as CAD. This process is still mostly top-down, with a human manually creating the building’s layout. This is hardly the best way to use computers to design something, since one should be able to program the rules and allow the software to do design work. 

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