Maxton Manufacturing Company Launches Next Generation Elevator Performance Meter SafeTach2

Minden, NV– On April 2, 2019 Maxton Manufacturing Company launched its next generation elevator performance meter, the SafeTach2 (ST2).  After nearly two decades of SafeTach sales Maxton has carried on by incorporating an App/Node combination applying the latest hardware and software with user mobile devices that takes the elevator performance meter you knew to another…

Maxton Manufacturing Company Releases 3” Hydraulic Elevator Shut Off Ball Valve

Minden, NV– On February 17, 2017 Maxton Manufacturing Company released their 3” Hydraulic Elevator Shut off Ball Valve design for code compliant use by the elevator industry.  This product rounds out the ASME A17.1/CSA B44 code compliant elevator shut off ball valve series for Maxton with the commercial offering of (2”, 2.5” & 3”) sizes.  It was…

Maxton Manufacturing Company Releases New Pricing for Hydraulic Elevator Shut Off Ball Valve

Minden, NV– On August 11, 2015 Maxton Manufacturing Company released  New pricing for their Hydraulic Elevator Shut off Ball Valve.  Last year Maxton learned through customer interaction, product evaluation and research that many shut off valves used in elevator systems do not comply with ASME A17.1/CSA B44 labeling or testing requirements.  So Maxton decided to provide…

Maxton Manufacturing Company UC4M HD Compatible with RB2 Powervator® Battery Lowering System

Minden, NV– On September 2, 2014 Maxton Manufacturing Company announced that a Reynolds & Reynolds RB2 Powervator® battery lowering system was successfully installed, tested and found to be fully compatible with a Maxton UC4M HD electronic valve pilot installation. The RB2 Powervator®is a compact battery lowering unit used for O.E.M. applications. This product is installed…

Maxton Manufacturing Company Releases New Hydraulic Elevator Shut Off Ball Valve

Minden, NV– On August 18, 2014 Maxton Manufacturing Company released a New Hydraulic Elevator Shut off Ball Valve for use by the elevator industry.  Maxton learned through customer interaction, product evaluation and research that shut off valves now used in elevator systems may not readily be shown to comply with ASME A17.1/CSA B44 labeling or testing requirements. …