We can help provide a solution to your manufacturing challenges

For more than 30 years, PCT has been a leader in delivering innovative mechanical and electrical integration solutions to customers worldwide.  Providing solutions to multiple industries, we deliver a wide range of real-world, value-added services that remain unrivaled in the system integration industry.

We invent, design, build, install, and service custom machinery across a broad spectrum of technical competencies.  We apply first engineering principles to solve unique and complex problems.  Our expertise centers upon automation, web handling, drive systems, coating/laminating systems, and electron beam (ebeam) systems.  We partner with customers who are both committed to thought leadership and driven to set the pace in their respective industries.  The look to PCT to help them cut costs, boost productivity, increase quality, improve safety, reduce waste, eliminate environmental issues, and optimize performance.

PCT is driven to help you achieve success.  Let us partner with you!

One firm for all your integration needs

We offer both mechanical engineering and design and electrical engineering and design services in one firm.  This combination, along with our in-house fabrication ability, allows PCT to deliver turnkey, custom machines.  If your process needs cannot be met by off-the-shelf designs, we can help.

Mechanical Engineering

  • Complete Machine Design
  • Machine Modifications
  • On-site Installation Support
  • Application/Customer Specific Designs
  • Process and Equipment Analysis and Optimization
  • Specification Writing
  • Mechanical Shop and Assembly

Electrical Engineering

  • Control System Configuration and Programming
  • Process and Equipment Analysis and Optimization
  • Electrical Design
  • Specification Writing
  • Field Surveys
  • Electrical Shop and Assembly

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Applications & Processes

Process and equipment analysis, design, and upgrades.

Legacy Support & Upgrades

We understand the engineering of legacy systems and their quirks.