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From the design and manufacturing of garage doors to the invention of new and innovative shading systems, Willis Mullet has developed and patented numerous truly revolutionary products. In 1965, Willis Mullet took over the garage door company, Wayne Dalton Garage Doors. Wayne Dalton has been steadily innovating amid the rolling plains of the Ohio Amish countryside. While under the direction of Willis, Wayne Dalton raised industry standards by advancing garage door technology to include pinch-resistant sectional joints and a fully enclosed torsion spring counterbalance assembly, which was awarded a safety commendation by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Also while at Wayne Dalton, Willis revolutionized modern hurricane protection by introducing a flexible material to the marketplace, called Fabric-Shield™, which effectively blocks debris caught in hurricane force winds from breaching the home through the windows.

After years of being a leader in garage door innovation, Willis decided to pursue his passion of developing high-tech consumer products to make lives easier and more enjoyable. Willis sold Wayne Dalton in 2010 to Overhead Door Corporation and went on to found QMotion Shades, a company whose focus remains on motorizing roller and honeycomb shading systems.  Under the influence and direction of Willis, QMotion made true advancements in window covering safety, offering cordless shades to minimize the risk of child entanglement. Modern and sleekness of style began emerging through QMotion products under the guidance of Willis, who believes in offering consumers options that are practical and functional while still being stylish.

In 2015, the roller shade component of QMotion was acquired by Wattstopper, a division of Legrand Corp. The remaining projects that Mullet and his team were developing spawned a new company: Current Products Corp

Scott Hand is the Director of New Product Development and the Lead Engineer at Current Products Corp. Mr. Hand has worked with a multitude of world-renowned companies that set new standards for consumer products, such as Chevrolet, Herman Miller, and Steelcase. 

While at Herman Miller, Mr. Hand worked extensively on the product development and launch of the ergonomic office chair, Aeron.

From 2000 to 2001, Mr. Hand ventured to Palo Alto, CA to work for the world-class industrial design firm, IDEO. There, he worked on the revolutionary Taylor Made Driver, now a standard on the PGA tour.

Current Products Corp.1995 Hollywood Ave.Pensacola, FL 32505850-435-4994
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