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At Brady Infrared we value our clients’ support and relationships we have built over the years. Brady Infrared provides infrared service, ultrasound services and predictive maintenance services to businesses from Government Agency’s to Fortune 100 Company’s. Because many of our clients are businesses that deal in sensitive and confidential materials and projects, we have put together a short list of referrals. Protecting our clients confidentiality and their businesses is always a primary focus to us. Here are just a few of the letters they have sent us in appreciation of our services over the last 12 years.

 
Tropicana Products of Fort Pierce, Florida

“Tropicana Products of Fort Pierce, Florida contracts Brady Infrared for our thermographic and ultrasonic inspections. Without question, their knowledge and experience with these Predictive Maintenance tools has saved us many thousands of dollars by avoiding costly and unplanned electrical failures, especially on our high-voltage switchgear. I am truly appreciative of the attention to detail and the quality of their final reports. The reports are easy to read, and all exceptions are prioritized by their severity, and the potential impact on the Tropicana business…Thank you, Brady Infrared!” – Stephen J. Sanford Sr. Electrical/Instrumentation RC

 
 
Indian River Memorial Hospital

“Mr. Brady, thanks for your prompt response to our roofing problem. The report was great.” – Robert Michael, Director of Plant Operations

 
 
Martin Memorial Medical Center

“Brady Infrared has provided infrared services for our hospital for several years. We have utilized their expertise for scanning electrical equipment and roofs at our main facility and other properties throughout Martin County. They have also provided ultrasonic services to help our staff narrow isolate a critical oxygen leak in the ER that occurred during the 2004 hurricanes. I would endorse Brady Infrared to anyone looking for that type of service. Their attitude and work quality is top notch and competitive at the same time.” Joseph Schreiner, Department of Facilities Engineering

 
 
Rinker Materials

“We have been using Brady Infrared for the past three years to provide thermal imaging services at our concrete block plants. The very first problem Mr. Brady found prevented one of our largest block plants from shutting down for several days. The amount of dollars saved from this single find has more that paid for his services ever since. Most recently, Brady Infrared has helped us complete a comprehensive bar-coding of our equipment. With each year, new and innovated services have been presented by Brady Infrared that helps us manage our maintenance more efficiently.” Mike Carlson, Director of Manufacturing

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