Industrial & Power

HDPE pipe has been used in a wide variety of industrial and power markets for years.  With an array of industrial applications, the best way to identify whether HDPE should be used for your project is to discuss what it cannot do: pressures over 267 PSI or constant temperatures over 140 degrees.

ISCO Industries manufactures high-density polyethylene (HDPE) fittings and distributes HDPE pipe manufactured to Factory Mutual (FM) standards. Both fittings and pipe are labeled with the FM diamond indicating approval.

In addition to providing FM approved pipe and fittings, ISCO Industries offers fusion machines to join the HDPE pipe and fittings. Trained and certified fusion technicians are available for training and to assist contractors with joining of FM pipe during installation.

We also offer restraint joint ductile iron systems for firewater applications, as well as the popular FM-rated HDPE piping systems.

ISCO Industries, also, specializes in custom HDPE fabrication. HDPE sump liners, manholes, valve vaults, tanks, dual containment, and manifolds are just some of the common items we fabricate.

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Industrial Markets

ISCO Industries provides solutions to all your industrial market needs. Firewater piping products include the reliable, proven, restrained joint ductile iron systems, and the ever-popular Factory Mutual (FM) Rated HDPE piping systems. We stock HDPE pipe and fittings as well as push-on, mechanical joint and flanged ductile iron fittings. We also custom fabricate HDPE in our state-of-the-art fabrication facilities. For more information call 1-800-345-4726.

Power Markets

ISCO Industries offers solutions for various power piping applications in nuclear, fossil and renewable generation facilities. Whatever your power needs, ISCO Industries supplies pipe, fittings, fabricated fittings, related piping products and more. Contact your local sales representative for more information or call 1-800-345-4726.

Fire Protection and FM Pipe

Fire protection systems for industrial plants usually require that all components have Factory Mutual (FM) Research Corporation approval. Large insurance companies specializing in insuring large manufacturing plants formed Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FMRC). They found that insurance risk was reduced when the fire protection system and its components met standards set by FMRC.