Maxton Manufacturing Company Holds Certified Elevator Training at Bleyle Elevator

Minden, NV- On April 21st Maxton Manufacturing Company held a Certified Elevator Training at Bleyle Elevator in Pacifica, CA.  11 elevator mechanics with experience ranging from apprentice to 50 year veteran participated in learning proper Maxton elevator control valve maintenance, technical and hands on trouble shooting, elevator performance measuring and adjustment procedures.  Bleyle’s group maintains and repairs all types of elevators around the Bay Area.

This NAEC approved 4.0 hour CET training class provided by Billy Shrum Maxton’s Technical Manager keeps elevator professionals current and proficient with Maxton valves and maximizing hydraulic elevator performance.  “I’ve been in the elevator industry for 27 years and I learned a lot today.  The hands on TA4M elevator simulator really helped us see how the adjustments operate the elevator.  I highly recommend this training,” said Erik Bleyle. Maintaining proper elevator performance increases the longevity of the elevator while reducing costs, energy usage, and keeping customers happy.

“This group was our youngest so far and they showed a real thirst and excitement for learning the valve.  Erik has developed a great home grown team in Pacifica, CA,” 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 educational needs when it comes to the products we provide.  Explore our website http://maxtonvalve.com for more product information, free field training software, CET classes, newsletter, or see what customers are saying about Maxton.

Contact:

Maxton Manufacturing

Karl Keller (Marketing Director)

1728 Orbit Way

Minden, NV 89423

PH: 1-775-782-1700

Fax: 1-775-782-1701

kkeller@maxtonvalve.com

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