Teledyne Isco manufactures a wide range of products for professionals working in water pollution monitoring and abatement, engineers and managers involved with wastewater process control, and scientists involved in field and laboratory work. Our products are engineered and built to increase the productivity of professionals in the field, factory, and in the laboratory. Teledyne Isco`s samplers have become known worldwide as the best solution to water quality monitoring.

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4700 Superior Street , Lincoln , NE 68504 USA

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Monitoring and Testing
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1958
Employees:
101-1000
Turnover:
$10,000,000 US - $100,000,000 US

Teledyne Isco is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative products designed to increase productivity while improving the quality of life on our planet. Our standard and customized products are used across multiple sectors including: water and wastewater, pharmaceutical, academia, oil exploration, and reactant feed.

Isco, Inc., was founded in 1958, and since its inception has been headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. Through our focus on designing and building products to meet specialized customer needs, the company grew from founder Dr. Robert Allington's garage into its current 200,000 square foot plant.

In June of 2004, Isco was acquired by Teledyne Technologies, Inc., becoming Teledyne Isco and beginning a new chapter in the company's story.

Today, Teledyne Isco manufactures a wide range of products for professionals working in water pollution monitoring and abatement, engineers and managers involved with wastewater process control, and scientists involved in field and laboratory work.

We have always taken pride in the fact that the products we produce are used by our customers to improve the quality of life on Earth. Benefits realized from the use of Isco products range from maintaining a clean environment, to developing disease-curing drugs and finding new energy supplies.