ChemScan Service Team


Ben Wakefield

Ben graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Broad Field Science from UW La Crosse and also received a 2 Year Mechanical degree from MMI Phoenix. Ben has worked as a tech for Harley Davidson and a sales manager and service writer in the auto industry. Ben works in customer service and assists in research and development. Ben's hobbies include furniture restoration, riding motorcycles, swimming and boating.



Dakota Nobles

Dakota graduated from UW Milwaukee with a Bachelors of Science in Geoscience. He has worked in Satellite Communications for the US Army at Ft. Gordon, GA and as a Hydrologic Technician for the US Geological Survey. His hobbies include hunting, camping and playing golf.



Jeremy Leverence

Jeremy attended UW Stevens Point and earned a Bachelors of Science in Biology and Chemistry. After graduating he worked at the Medical College of Wisconsin doing lab research. In addition to his efforts in field service, Jeremy is involved in ChemScan research and development. Jeremy enjoys boating, hiking, hunting and has travelled extensively worldwide.



Rich Moore

Rich graduated Nathan Hale High School with 3-years of drafting and mathematics. He has an extensive background in design/drafting which includes electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, flight instrumentation, and graphics design of support material. Rich has also worked in outside sales, and as an installation contractor for security systems. Rich does field service and training on the ChemScan analyzers. Rich enjoys biking, fishing, canoeing and photography.



Scott Kahle

Scott has a BS degree in Electro-optical engineering from the University of Houston. He is a founding partner of Applied Spectrometry Associates, Inc. Scott is Principle Design Engineer for the ChemScan Process Analyzer and oversees the company’s product development, along with the service/applications group which is responsible for installing, configuring and servicing ChemScan instrumentation for water and wastewater monitoring. Scott has obtained multiple US Patents including “Water Chloramination Control Process”. Scott enjoys spending time on the water and snow with his three sons and hiking the woods of Wisconsin with his wife.

Harrison Voegeli

Harrison has a degree in Biology and Ecology from Western Colorado University. He has been a world traveler including studing abroad in Australia and Spain. He has worked as a Forestry Technician in Alaska, Lab Assistant in CO and Landscaper in MA. Harrison enjoys outdoor activities including hunting, fishing and rock climbing.


For ChemScan Service
Call 1-800-665-7133