Bradleys’ Inc. is a Texas company dedicated to quality large electrical motor repair, sales and service. It has served the manufacturing, petrochemical, plastics and refining industries since 1930. Bradleys’ Inc. is a full service repair company, providing load testing of motors up to 2500 h.p.; equipped with winding removal facilities, cleaning, winding and mechanical facilities, VPI system, load testing, and balancing capabilities. The company offers humidity controlled dry storage for electric motors, parts and more. Bradleys’ also provides a variety of training and educational services for plant maintenance and service personnel.

Randy Maddux is a 1976 graduate of Lamar University and holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Randy has over 30 years of experience as a rotating machinery engineer in the chemical, plastics and petrochemical industries.

Tim Hartman is a 1993 graduate of Texas A&M University - College Station with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Hartman has over 17 years as a rotating machinery engineer in the chemical, plastics and petrochemical industries. 

Both Randy Maddux and Tim Hartman are licensed professional engineers in the State of Texas.

The enhancement in service and expertise will soon be followed by a state-of-the art, several million-dollar expansion by Bradleys’ Inc. The company is constructing a larger service center and campus in Gregory, Texas, using green and wind technology, to accommodate increased demand for its services. The new facility will occupy seven acres, increase the facility space by over 40%, and is expected to open in Fall, 2010.

For more information, please contact Bradleys’ Inc at (361) 882-4381 or online at

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