Since our acquisition of Aries Industries Water Well camera division, many of you have had questions as to how repairs will be managed and the future of your equipment. With this in mind, we wanted to address some of the frequently asked questions we have received over the past several weeks.
It is not often that you can find a local firm that is responsible for creating and directing an entire industry.
If you’re interested in joining a close-knit, dynamic, and committed team – then we want to hear from you.
“For these large custom systems, communication with the client is key.
We spend a significant amount of time upfront understanding what their needs are and it makes the whole process quicker and easier…” – Kristina Kinzel, East Coast Sales
With units spanning the globe, the R-CAM XLT has had the opportunity to participate in some unique and interesting applications.
None, however, may be quite as unique as helping to solve the Curse of Oak Island!
For the past 70 years, we at Laval Underground Surveys have taken immense pride in our ability to lead the borehole camera industry by releasing new, innovative products that provide a high level of value and reliability. As I mentioned last year, we have been honored to stand with our customers over the last 12 months as we jointly navigated the new reality that has been the COVID-19 pandemic.
Laval Underground Surveys is proud that our borehole camera and well rehabilitation products are being used to improve the water infrastructure and quality of life for the citizens of rural Malawi.