About Us

Our History

Ladisch Corporation Inc. was established in 2014 by Thomas Ladisch to provide engineered solutions for the life sciences industry. Thomas brought more than 30 years of experience in the life sciences consulting business to our manufactured products business. Through this we developed, manufacture and sell Quik-Stop tubing pinch valves, Magne-Cal instrumentation, SteamCart sampling carts and PressurePort air pressure sample ports. 


Our Dedication 

We continue our dedication to designing and manufacturing products that deliver value to our customers via design quality, conformance quality and on time delivery in the Life Sciences, Food, Energy and Aerospace Industries. 


Our Brands 

· Quik-Stop® Tubing Pinch Valves and Accessories 

· Magne-Cal™ Cleanroom Monitoring 

· PressurePort™ Air Pressure Sample Ports 

· SteamCart™ Portable Clean Steam Sampling Carts 


Our Leadership
Thomas Ladisch, Founder 

Thomas graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1976. Following graduation, he worked in the plastics and pharmaceutical industries and in 1984 decided to start TLA. Through the business, he has participated in many industries including the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Food Industries and with emerging business, universities and established businesses like Merck, R.M. Palmer Co., Bristol Myers, Schering Plough, DuPont, Immucell, Salk Institute, Wyeth, and Hanover Foods. In 2014 he decided to start Ladisch Corporation Inc. to develop and manufacture products for the Life Sciences industry.

  

Nikolaus Ladisch, President

Following the sudden passing of our founder, Thomas Ladisch on November 1st 2017, Nikolaus has taken over the role of President. Nikolaus has a B.S. and M.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from the Krannert School of Management. He has worked for Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, The United States Air Force, NAVSEA and Rolls-Royce LibertyWorks. His experience includes analysis and design of engine combustion flowpaths (scramjet, rocket, gas turbine), supply chain management, system engineering for gas turbine engines and technical strategy.

A Tribute

Thomas P. Ladisch, 63, husband of Sonia Ladisch passed away on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.


Born in Malvern, he was the son of the late Brigitte M. (Garies) and Rolf Karl Ladisch.


Thomas received a BS in Chemical Engineering from University of Pennsylvania in 1976. Thomas owned and operated Ladisch Corporation Inc. He consulted, designed and manufactured equipment for the life sciences, food, energy and manufacturing industries for over 30 years.


Thomas loved the Lord and was a member of Faith Evangelical Free Church in Allentown. He was married for over 35 years and had two children and three beloved grandchildren.


He was an accomplished photographer and had many published works. In addition to photography, he had many talents and gifts, including cooking, baking, wood working, politics, mentoring, that he enjoyed sharing with his family and friends.