Generate Power, Not High Decibel Noise

By | April 8th, 2017|Categories: News|

Engine OEM generators—like all generators—are incredibly loud. What many may not realize, though, is that generator noise can be loud enough to run afoul of local noise ordinances and disrupt neighboring properties, causing conflict. And that is something no business owner wants to face. This kind of unnecessary stress can be easily resolved with innovative solutions [...]

ISCO Generator Set Enclosures Have You Covered

By | January 5th, 2017|Categories: News, News Page|Tags: |

Do you recall the 2003 Northeast blackout? The cascading shutdown of 256 power plants left an entire region without grid electricity. All of New York City’s 58 hospitals had to rely on backup power. Even though the hospitals were equipped with UPS and backup generators, over half of them experienced backup power failures. Unfortunately, many backup [...]

UL 2200: The Right Solution for Protecting Your Critical Power Equipment

By | July 20th, 2016|Categories: Creative, News, News Page|Tags: |

Are you one of the millions who have invested in expensive outdoor power and/or utility equipment? Did you know that you may actually be running the risk of your equipment being damaged by weather conditions? It’s a frightening prospect, and one we are sure you want to avoid. If you have an interest in protecting your [...]

Field Service Reps Employ Real-Time Tech for Real-Time Results

By | May 31st, 2016|Categories: News|

Customer Service & Quality Control? Yes, there's an app for that! EDELSTEIN - From the first day International Supply Co. opened its doors for operations in 1983, technology and staying ahead of tech and engineering trends has been the backbone of a company founded upon detailed customer service and a commitment to quality. For ISCO field [...]

Packaging Project No Longer a Dream in Wever

By | May 31st, 2016|Categories: News|

C175-20 Set to Help Power Iowa Fertilizer Co. Plan Nestled in the southeastern-most corner of Iowa, Lee County boasts scenic views of the Mississippi, an economic resurgence in manufacturing jobs, and currently one of the largest construction sites in the state -- the Iowa Fertilizer Co. Located between Burlington and historic Ft. Madison in the village [...]