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Aries Featured in Career Fair News Coverage

Almost 1,000 high school students had the opportunity to get hands-on experience in trade careers like manufacturing, engineering and construction. The activities were part of the MADE Career Pathways Expo at Waukesha County Technical College. It was hosted by the Waukesha County Business Alliance. Organizers said it's important to reinvest in the skilled trades, with… Read More

New Mobile Pathfinder Inspection System

The new Mobile Pathfinder is an integrated system with components operated by a convenient controller that can be hand-held or desktop mounted. The compact system combines a lightweight reel, with 1000 feet of cable, and the Aries’ Pathfinder Series transporter. The user-friendly controller features an 8.40-inch LED screen. The all-in-one unit, with a 20-ft cable,… Read More

New Well Inspection Software from Aries

New BoreOptix software, from Aries Industries, Inc., is the industry’s first application that standardizes the recording and reporting functions of well inspection. This easy-to-install, set-up and use software integrates seamlessly with Aries’ video inspection systems. BoreOptix saves time and creates professional, standard reports. This robust inspection tool helps to consistently collect and manage in-the-field inspection… Read More

Aries Announces Best Practices Workshops

Aries Industries, Inc., has announced its schedule for its Best Practices Workshops in 2017. Four free seminars will focus on improving mainline and lateral inspections and rehabilitation operations. They will be held at Aries’ facilities in the U.S. and Canada: March 20 - Vaughn, Ontario, Canada August 21 - Lithia Springs, Georgia September 18 -… Read More

Aries Recognized as Future 50 Award Winner

Aries Industries, Inc., has been included on the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) Future 50 list. The Future 50 Program recognizes the outstanding achievements of local, fast-growing entrepreneurs. The program, administered by the association's Council of Small Business Executives, recognizes privately-owned companies in the southeastern Wisconsin seven-county region that have been in business for… Read More

Aging Municipal Pipes Supply Surge in Business for Waukesha’s Aries Industries

By Olivia Barrow, Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal, For Waukesha-based Aries Industries, Inc., the decay of water and sewer infrastructure in North America means flourishing revenue. The company manufactures materials and equipment to inspect and repair pipelines from the inside out, and business has been booming for the last three years as municipal ties tackle the… Read More

New LETS 6.0 Inspects Laterals in 6-inch and Larger Mainlines

Aries LETS 6.0 Lateral Evaluation Television System operates efficiently in 6-inch and larger mainlines. A contoured chute easily deploys the lateral camera with or against the flow at a 135-degree launch angle. A slim unibody tractor design reduces pipe interference to maneuver quickly through harsh mainline pipe conditions Two lateral push cameras are available. A… Read More

Municipal Sewer & Water: Unified Approach to Grout Training

Grout Boot Camp Aims at Consistent Practices in Chemical Grouting By Sharon Verbeten, Municipal Sewer & Water, October 12, 2015 Part of doing the job right, in any profession, is having the tools and know-how to accomplish the task successfully. Chemical grouting is an essential task to stop groundwater infiltration into sewer collection systems. But it’s vital… Read More

Waukesha Freeman: Aries Industries Seeks Growth

By Katherine Michalets Waukesha Freeman WAUKESHA — Aries Industries Inc.’s tagline is “see what you’re missing,” which is exactly what the company did five years ago when it provided technology used to locate miners trapped in Chile and what the Waukesha business does on a daily basis with its pipeline inspection and rehabilitation equipment. After… Read More

5-Year Anniversary of Chilean Mine Rescue Significant to Aries

The five-year anniversary of the Copiapó mine rescue in Chile has special significance for the employees of Aries Industries, Inc. Aries designed and built the video camera that was lowered into the ground, letting rescuers and families know that the miners were alive. The mine collapsed on August 5, 2010 trapping 33 miners a half… Read More