Kemper Water Control Systems named Craig Boyce as president.

Boyce will direct sales and marketing efforts for KWCS, focusing on its Venturi splitter valve and other products such as the Multi-Therm and Eta-Therm automated thermostatic balancing valves, Multi-Fix static balancing valves, automatic flushing valves, sensor valves and other devices designed to minimize the threat of Legionella in potable water systems.

In December 2017, Kemper’s products were certified for meeting the requirements of NSF/ANSI Standards 61 & 372.

His first project will be overseeing Kemper Water Control Systems‘ first U.S. installation at The Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna, Alaska.

“It is a very exciting time for Kemper and for the industry as a whole as this new and unique technology is introduced and implemented for the first time within a building in the United States,” said Boyce.

He is an active member of ASPE and a regular technical presenter at ASPE chapter meetings throughout the country, informing chapter members about the threat of Legionella and how the utilization of engineered devices can minimize the threat.