Water mist pioneer, Jens Jepsen, is retiring after 26 years
Published 18 April 2016
After working with water mist from the very beginning, Jens Jepsen has decided to retire at the end of April 2016.
Jens Jepsen started developing the SEM-SAFE® water mist system in the early nineties and has been an important part of the Danfoss Semco research and development team ever since. For one, Jens has been part of forming the important ground rules within fire fighting with water mist, especially high-pressure, including IMO (from 1994) and CEN (from 2007).
In addition, Jens is honary member of IWMA (International Water Mist Association) due to his engagement in water mist. Finally, Jens is probably one of the people in the world who has performed the most fire tests with water mist.
For Jens, a personal success was to be able to work with a product where the quality was the best and also had a place in the market. Also, it has always been important to create safety and satisfaction for the customer by finding solutions every day that he could vouch for.
Jens Jepsen appreciates the good times he has had with the remarkable people from the business.
When Jens retires he will spend time with his family, working on his house and summer house, and go fishing and hunting.
We want to take this opportunity to thank Jens Jepsen for the extreme amount of work and dedication he has given our company throughout the years. We believe that the success of water mist very much if owed to the commitment of Jens Jepsen.
We wish Jens Jepsen all the best in the future.