Maxton Manufacturing Company Holds Two Days of CET Training at Delaware Elevator

Minden, NV – November 14th & 15th Maxton Manufacturing Company held CET hydraulic elevator control valve training classes for 75 elevator technicians, inspectors and industry professionals at Delaware Elevator in Salisbury, MD.  The four classes covered valve adjustments and troubleshooting with the TA4M training unit, product knowledge, contamination, pressure issues, and hydraulic elevator system design issues.  The goal here is simple; get the elevator technicians as proficient and efficient with Maxton valves as possible through continuing education while gaining additional general hydraulic knowledge.


“Very professional training with everyone learning something new no matter how long they have been in the industry.”, said David Smarte, Director of Safety & Education at Delaware Elevator.   

“This was our biggest group at one location for the year and we pulled it off with the help of everyone at Delaware Elevator.  We look forward to our next trip to Salisbury and appreciate the positive feedback from the technicians“, said Billy Shrum Maxton Technical Director.

Maxton has already begun to schedule trainings for 2014.  If your team needs CET/CAT training credits or wants to learn more about Maxton valves be sure to contact them as soon as possible and reserve a date.

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 for product support, Maxton Mobile Mechanic APP, free field training software, CET training or online ordering.




Karl Keller

Marketing Director

Maxton Manufacturing                                                                                                                

PH: 1-775-782-1700                                                                                                                                                



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