Minden, NV- On October 23rd & 24th Maxton Manufacturing Company provided an elevator control valve training trifecta including stops at RMR Elevator, D & D Elevator and an Eastern Region NAESA workshop. The first two sessions were part of the NAEC CET Maxton training 4.0 credit hour class covering issues dealing with hands on valve adjustment /trouble shooting, temperature, contamination, pressures and how to handle or prevent these problems from occurring. The last class for NAESA covered safety and performance of the UC4M HD electronic control valve, the residential EMV10 electronic control valve, and ASME A17.1 shut off valve code information that brought about Maxton’s new shut off ball valve.
This is what attendees had to say…
- “I was pleasantly surprised at the depth and breadth of the training that Maxton was able to offer us in the short time we spent together. I know my guys found it interesting and I came away with a deeper understanding of how a valve works. Your portable training tool is very effective and clearly an indispensable part of the process ,” said Bob Shipley of RMR Elevator.
- “The class was very informative and everyone enjoyed it,” said Carl Alonges, General Manager at D&D Elevator.
- “Karl Keller & Billy Shrum from Maxton Manufacturing Company presented an in-depth training session on the UC4M HD & EMV10 electronic control valves and reviewed the A17.1 Safety Code requirements for shut off valves for hydraulic elevator installations. The presentation was well received and many questions were answered in detail. We look forward to having this educational presentation presented in future workshops!” said Bill Snyder, NAESA Eastern Region Chairman.
“This was a packed two days with about 70 students in total. It was good to see some new and familiar faces while also getting our first training orientation with NAESA…overall another quality trip to New York and New Jersey.” Billy Shrum Technical Manager at Maxton.
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 https://maxtonvalve.com 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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