Well Camera Inspection + Borehole Cameras
Pioneering Well Camera Inspection For Over 70 Years
Over 70 years ago, Claude Laval, Jr. invented the first borehole camera system. Years later, we carry on that pioneering tradition through consistent innovation in our wide range of products for groundwater professionals.
Laval Underground Surveys Acquires Top Competitor's Water Well Camera Division, Establishing Itself as the World's Largest Water Well Camera Manufacturer
We were the first. We’re still the leader.
Laval Underground Surveys pioneered the concept of well camera inspection more than 70 years ago. Invented by Claude Laval, Jr. decades ago, Laval camera systems are now installed throughout the world, advancing superior video quality, ease-of-use, and product innovation for groundwater professionals all over the world.
Our products include winches and reels, cameras, control units, lighting systems, and high-grade accessories designed to enhance equipment performance and the quality of survey results. From the R-Cam Water Well Camera to the DC5150 Deep Well Camera, Laval Underground provides superior quality and product innovation to support the work of groundwater professionals.
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Over 70 Years Of Innovation In Every Product.
Improve image quality for your surveys with our water well cameras and borehole cameras.
For diameters between 2 inches to 48 inches and up to 5000 feet deep.
Make sure your cameras or video systems don’t miss a thing with our superior lighting systems.
Includes both military-grade lighting and efficient LED lighting.
Continuous Innovation For 70+ Years.
Since the 1940’s, Laval Underground Surveys has consistently developed and improved its well camera and borehole systems, allowing for superior data collection during surveys of wells, boreholes, and pipes.
With superior image quality and adjustable LED lighting, our camera systems are ideal for those who care about the details.
Features like the built-in microphone on our R-Cam 1000 XLT allow for real-time notes during surveys.
Laval Underground remains committed to supporting the work of groundwater professionals.