Elevator U 2013 Educational Conference Includes Maxton Manufacturing Company Training Session

Minden, NV- On the morning of June 19, 2013 William Shrum IV from Maxton Manufacturing Company will deliver a valuable one hour training session for Elevator U 2013 attendees at Iowa State University.   The training topic, Diagnosing and Troubleshooting of Common Problems Found in Hydraulic Elevator Systems, and its content have proven to be highly valued by elevator mechanics across the country.  The goal here is to educate and instill best practices for those designing, constructing and maintaining hydraulic elevators.   This is just one of several trainings being held through June 20th…so make sure you have an elevator professional from your college, university, government agency or public institution attending.     

 “Elevator U is a unique group that shares a common interest in providing safe vertical transportation through education and networking.  Maxton is a long time supporter of Elevator U and we look forward to interacting with old friends and new at this year’s event,” said Karl Keller Marketing Director.

Maxton Manufacturing is a worldwide leader in elevator control valves since 1968 and holds the distinction as the largest single producer of elevator control valves in North America (Made in USA).  We serve all your OEM, new construction, modernization, replacement/repair and CET educational needs when it comes to the products we provide.  Download our NEW Maxton Mobile Mechanic APP and explore our website http://maxtonvalve.com for more information.

Contact:

Maxton Manufacturing                                                

Karl Keller (Marketing Director)                                

1728 Orbit Way                                                                

Minden, NV 89423                                                          

PH: 1-775-782-1700                                                        

kkeller@maxtonvalve.com                                

                                                 

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