July 2023 Vol. 78 No. 7

Rehab News

Aries Industries’ announces sale of Water Well assets

(UI) — Aries Industries, an industry leader in state-of-the-art equipment for inspection and rehabilitation of underground infrastructure, is accelerating investment in its core business of wastewater/sewer inspection and rehabilitation product lines. As a result of this increased growth, the company has decided to sell its non-core Water Well assets to Laval Underground Surveys (LUS) of Fresno, Calif.

Aries Industries has delivered quality and customer service to its Water Well customers for many years. LUS will immediately assume responsibility for Aries Industries’ water well quotes, parts, service, support and warranty. 

This strategic decision is in response to the unprecedented demand for Aries’ wastewater inspection and rehabilitation product lines. Most notably, the enthusiastic reception of its high-definition mainline inspection system, Voyager HD, as well as the all-electric cutter, Wolverine 2.0 has accelerated its momentum in these markets. 

“Aries Industries is on a strong growth trajectory, thanks to our customers, dealers and employees,” said Larry Brown, President and CEO of Aries Industries. “The innovative solutions our team has produced in recent years have shifted the technology landscape of wastewater inspection and rehabilitation. 

“Growth within these product lines validates that they are the future of the company. We will continue to sharpen our focus and commitment on growing our digital wastewater inspection and rehabilitation product offerings,” Brown added. 

Founded in 1985 and based in Waukesha, Wisc., Aries Industries is the industry leader in manufacturing durable video pipeline inspection and rehabilitation systems, plus data management software, to meet the toughest challenges of underground infrastructure and environmental applications.


Aries Industries, Inc., (800) 234-7205, ariesindustries.com 

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