Maxton Hydraulic Elevator Troubleshooting Training at 2012 NAEC San Francisco Regional
May 01, 2012
Maxton Manufacturing Company will be conducting training for those attending the NAEC San Francisco Regional in San Francisco, CA May 16th and 17th 2012. The training will cover Diagnosing and Troubleshooting of Common Problems Found in Hydraulic Elevator Systems. Billy Shrum Technical Manager said, “I will be instructing the class on key areas including temperature, pressure, contamination, tools for the job, and obsolete valves to insure elevator mechanics can deliver optimal hydraulic elevator valve performance over the life of the elevator.”
Each Maxton continuing education training session will last one hour from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. This is a great way to get one contact hour for CET/CAT. NAEC is offering each Contractor Member Company (1) one-day complimentary registration with every three paid registrations. “This will be a quality educational opportunity for all attending elevator professionals and we thank the NAEC for inviting Maxton to contribute at this event,” said Karl Keller Marketing Director.
Make sure to complete the NAEC registration form at http://www.naec.org to confirm your attendance at the San Francisco Regional. Maxton looks forward to seeing you there and exchanging ideas and experiences. If you can’t make it to the seminar, but would like to get some in depth Maxton training with hydraulic elevator systems and control valves for CET credits contact our office at 1-775-782-1700.
Maxton Manufacturing Company is a worldwide leader in elevator control valves since 1968 and holds the distinction as the largest single producer of hydraulic elevator control valves in North America (Made in USA). Explore our website http://www.maxtonvalve.com for product information, FAQ’s, technical manual, CET training and more.
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