6 Reasons to Use Pipeline Inspection and Rehab Equipment from CUES

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6 Reasons to Use Pipeline Inspection and Rehab Equipment from CUES

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Why CUES?

Industry-leading customer service
Customer service is CUES’ top priority. With one of the most dedicated sales and support teams in the industry, CUES will be there to support you through the life of your product — no matter what.

Innovative products designed for rigorous field-use
Backed by a large R&D team, the CUES engineering team leads the way with development of innovative products built to hold up the demands of the field. All CUES equipment is designed and built by its engineering team and manufacturing technicians.

Technical service and parts on-hand
Equipment goes down. When it happens, the CUES team is here to help make sure you get back up and running as soon as possible. With a large service and repair team backed by an unmatched parts inventory, CUES is able to deliver with shorter lead times, which means less downtime for you.

Locations and support staff around the world
CUES has numerous locations and regional sales managers throughout the U.S. and Canada committed to keeping you up and running. And, with dealers in over 20 countries, you’ll find CUES whenever you are.

Next-generation software
CUES’ GraniteNet is an intuitive and easy-to-use next-generation infrastructure inspection and asset management/decision support software for the water, wastewater, and stormwater industries.

Broad product line
From cameras, transporters, manhole inspection equipment, grouting equipment, customized vehicles, as well as sonar, lidar and laser profiling for those requiring more detailed inspection data, CUES has the equipment to help you go the distance on any job, big or small.



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