Tony Stauffer, President, PTI (Packaging Technologies & Inspection), has over 20 years of experience in Leak Detection for the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Food Packaging Industries. He is a frequent speaker at various forums and seminars, sharing his company’s innovations and expertise with industry experts.
MBA (August 1980) American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale AZ, USA ,
BA in Mechanical Engineering of Bienne, Switzerland (1971)
Tony Stauffer leads his team of engineers to develop and manufacture innovative, breakthrough and emerging inspection technologies focusing on precision and accuracy, as well as simplifying the testing and validation process.
Mikhail Kneller was educated in Moscow, Russia with B.C. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Moscow Power Engineering University. This was followed by a PhD in Engineering from Moscow Civil Engineering University.
He joined PTI in April of 1995 as Research and Applications Engineer. Among the many innovations and developments in inspection technologies, Mikhail Kneller developed package inspection technologies and systems based on pressure, vacuum and load differential leak testing.
Tony Stauffer and Mikhail Kneller have researched and developed the non-contact Airborne Ultrasonic Inspection Technology for the past five years.
A recent success is the AWARD WINNING SEAL-SCAN™ technology.
Oliver Stauffer has a BA from the University of Michigan with Major in Environmental Science, Minor in Economics and German. He participated in the Intel Science Research Competition and completed Science Research on Global Warming at the University of Michigan.
His internships include the study of windmill energy, Switzerland and teaching Natural Science in Germany. At PTI, Oliver Stauffer has worked under the guidance of Mikhail Kneller assisting in tedious research and validation of the AWARD WINNING SEAL-SCAN™ and the Vacuum Inspection Systems.