Maxton Manufacturing Company Hosts Koch Elevator for Elevator Control Valve Training Class

Minden, NV- On July 10, 2015 Maxton Manufacturing Company hosted 3 elevator mechanics from Koch Elevator out of the Reno, NV area for a Maxton elevator control valve training class.  The Maxton NAEC approved CET 4.0 credit hour class covers issues with hands on valve adjustment /trouble shooting, temperature, contamination, pressures and how to handle or prevent these problems from occurring in the field.  Due to the training location at Maxton’s home office this group got to tour the manufacturing plant which gave further perspective to the process involved in making Maxton valves.

This is what the mechanics had to say…

“I gained more confidence with working on valves…great hands on training.”

“It‘s nice to see the process from raw materials to a beautiful finished product.  Great USA made product. ”

“It’s a very instructive course that is definitely worth attending.”

“Having the training at Maxton gives a full view of our valves from manufacturing to installation.  It’s a nice added touch that we don’t often get to share.” Billy Shrum Technical Manager at Maxton.

If you and your team have not experienced the Maxton elevator control valve training yet give Maxton a call to schedule one soon.  The rush for end of year CET credits will be here before you know it.

It all started for Maxton Manufacturing Company in 1968 growing into a worldwide leader that holds the distinction as the largest single producer of hydraulic elevator control valves in North America (Made in USA).  We serve all your OEM, new construction, modernization, replacement/repair, tech support and educational needs when it comes to the products we provide.  It’s time…explore our website  for access to the resources you need daily…Maxton Mobile Mechanic  APP, 4.0 credits NAEC approved CET class, product specification information, free field training software, our newsletter, and how to contact us.


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Karl Keller (Marketing Director)


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