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A real plus: More safety and economic efficiency for the construction industry

In times of economic uncertainty, the issue of cost-effectiveness is becoming enormously important in order to keep overall project costs in check. In addition, the current shortage [...]

Welcome to our new website!

FRIEDR. ISCHEBECK GmbH is very proud to announce the launch of a fully revamped website with a new, modern approach. That modern approach means not only the [...]

Summer festival at ISCHEBECK

Beautiful weather blessed the summer festival for our employees and their families, which was held at our plant in Ennepetal on 2 July. Food and drink were [...]

Updated trench struts brochure

We can offer you the right trench strut for every trench shoring job. The choice of trench shoring arrangement depends on the type of in situ subsoil [...]

NEW: DIBt approval for TITAN S telescopic props

Our TITAN S telescopic props have now been granted a National Technical Approval / Construction Technique Permit (Z-8.311-998) by the German Building Technology Institute (DIBt). It applies [...]

Mobile scaffold in use in Brandberg Tunnel

The B294 trunk road connects Winden im Elztal to the other roads in the region around Freiburg im Breisgau, the “capital” of the Black Forest. Some 14,000 [...]

Campaign: “Less Paper for Charity”

The “Less Paper for Charity” campaign began in 2021 and helped motivate our workforce to become more aware of the paper they were using. At the same [...]

Slope stabilisation with TITAN micropiles: urgent flood damage repair measures

The Ahr Valley in northern Rhineland Palatinate is one of the Rhine’s smallest side valleys. On 14 July 2021, following hours of heavy rainfall, large parts of [...]

Upgrading works and deep foundations with TITAN micropiles: flood defences in Olbernhau

Olbernhau in the Erz Mountains is not only famous for its wooden nutcrackers, but also attracted fame of an unwelcome kind during the floods of August 2002. [...]

Tension? Friction? Tension plus friction?

National Technical Approval Z-8.34-873, in the meantime renewed, confirms that the TITAN universal beam clamp can handle both tension and friction forces. This clamp (5–70 mm clamping [...]

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