Industrial Injection is a family operated business, founded by the late Brady Williams in 1985.
Brady’s initial start in fuel injection was with a local shop, mopping floors after school. By 25, Brady was a master technician at Association of Diesel Specialists for all manufactures of turbochargers and fuel equipment. With hard work, sacrifice and a little help from fate, 30-year-old Brady opened Industrial Injection.
Industrial Injection received its name from servicing construction, agricultural, and mining equipment, as well as, over the road truck engines. It was primarily an agricultural and industrial fuel shop. Industrial Injection has always had an interest in helping farmers, truckers and miners with horse power gains, fuel economy and reduced emissions.
However, when Ford, Dodge and GM decided to power pickup trucks with diesel engines Industrial Injection was forever changed.
First started as a one man band, Industrial Injection is now celebrating 25 years of successful business! Industrial Injection is proud to be a family business and has had many relatives work here, including three of Brady Williams sons:
Shane Williams, at 17, was the first of Brady’s sons to join the family business. He started in the shipping room and then became a Master Technician. After learning all he could about fuel injection he began to expand into turbochargers. Shane has grown the turbo shop into a very successful and major part of what Industrial Injection does.
Cody Williams, at 17, started in the injector room building injectors. He is one of the best fuel injection innovators today. He is responsible for most of Industrial Injection’s performance injectors and modified fuel injection pumps. He has a long list of accomplishments including the leading Power Stroke injectors and the high displacement CP3 fuel injection pumps. Cody leads the company in overall sales and handles the majority of tech support. Customers rely on Cody’s knowledge when they need answers.
Brett Williams, the middle son, graduated from college in 2000 before joining the family business. Brett is in charge of marketing, advertising and sales.
Industrial Injection also wouldn’t be here today, if it weren’t for Jeroyln Williams, who is the person that actually runs the show at Industrial injection.