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James Brady Owner and Founder, started Brady Infrared back in 2000. Jim is a Level III Thermographer and has established one of the most respected thermal imaging companies in the United States. Jim has written many news articles and industry papers regarding infrared services and ultrasound. Jim is also a sought after lecturer and teacher, presenting at some of the infrared industries prestigious events.

Brady Infrared is a non-destructive testing company that sets itself apart from strictly infrared providers by specializing in both infrared and ultrasound technology.

Our core philosophy is to provide our clients with personalized, high-quality and value services. – Jim Brady

These technologies complement each other by revealing aspects of problems one technology may not detect alone. They are a logical match; both are non-destructive, both are performed while your equipment is operating, and both can be performed during the same site visit.

Brady Infrared’s thermography inspectors are trained and experienced professionals with continued education in the infrared and ultrasound industry. We strive for excellence in our fieldwork and report generation.

Professional Thermography Staff Providing The Best Infrared And Ultrasound Services

Our professional staff and services are founded on our core value. This allows us to provide you with:

  • Infraspection Institute Certified Level-II & Level-III Thermographers
  • Written Employee Training & Safety Programs
  • Inspections and Reports per Published Guidelines & Standards
  • NFPA 70E Arc-Flash Compliant (Download PDF File) Arc Flash Hazards
  • Infrared Database Program (Download PDF File) InspecTrend Software

Thermal Imaging and Ultrasound For Predictive Maintenance Services

Brady Infrared provides predictive maintenance services to:

  • World-class Industries
  • Power Generation / Utilities
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Department of Defense Contractors
  • Manufacturing Sites
  • Property Management Companies
  • Roof Consultants
  • Engineering / Architectural / Mold Assessment Firms
  • Governments & School Boards

Read what our clients have to say on our testimonials page.

Brady Infrared maintains two offices in Florida that service the following areas:

  • Southeastern US
    • Florida: The entire state including
      • Jacksonville, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Fort Myers and the Keys
    • Georgia and the surrounding areas of
      • Atlanta, Macon, Columbus and Savannah
    • Alabama and the surrounding areas of
      • Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile

Please fell free to contact us to answer any of your infrared and/or ultrasound needs. Call us today at 772-288-9884 or feel free to use our online contact form.

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