"What are you Waiting for?"

About Power Curve Technologies

Power Curve Technologies got its start in 1983 when Tim Scot was assigned to the US Air Force’s Research, Test and Development team at Eglin Air Force base. From 1983-1987 Tim learned the scientific approaches needed to evaluate and develop cutting edge technologies such as Lebo load cell and Strainguage Torsion Analysis. With a degree in Aerospace Engineering Tim was hired by American Airlines’ Maintenance and Engineering Group in 1988 and challenged to test and develop cutting edge technologies such as Ultrasound, FFT Vibration Analysis and Shock Pulse Technology. Certified as a master instructor in 1992 Tim spent the next two years adapting these sciences for a more practical application - manufacturing.

In 1994 Tim Scot founded Power Curve Technologies with the goal of bringing ultra high-end technologies to manufacturing companies beginning with Macmillan Blodel - Nashville, Smurfit - Knoxville and Weyerhaeuser - Manitowoc. Now servicing hundreds of clients from industries such as corrugated and graphics, paper mills and food packaging plants to OEM design and development in the US, Canada, Mexico and Caribbean nations, Power Curve Technologies has become a world-recognized leader in predictive analysis.

Accuracy and repeatability are the keys to any successful analysis program. Power Curve has the largest Shock Pulse database of any company in the world including the manufacturer!

Philosophy: At Power Curve we believe there is no “one magic bullet” when it comes to predictive analysis. Our goal is to achieve 100% accuracy through combining numerous scientific disciplines, continuous research and development and by employing the most dedicated and diverse group of engineers anywhere.

Principles: Work personally with each client to develop a predictive analysis program designed specifically for their needs. Combine technologies for testing each piece of machinery through research, discussions with manufacturers and the maintenance team. Develop the most comprehensive software programs through finite math. Continuously challenge the accuracy of our results. Try to prove the test results wrong by verifying against other technologies. Continuously develop the limits of our science and never stop searching for the next, better technology.