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Preferred Prepared – NYT feat. Preferred controls

Preferred Utilities still has equipment from 30+ years ago functioning in New York City housing establishments. Lately though, We have taken on retrofitting projects that are focused on a sustainable future for NYC. This includes updated burners and controls, like the API burner and FlexFit Linkageless Controller, as well as Renewable Fuel options for eliminating carbon emissions, meeting […]

Danbury Manufacturer Earns Accolades

Read the original article here. By Rich Kirby, Patch Staff Aug 12, 2019 1:30 pm ET Preferred Utilities is headquartered in Danbury with facilities around the United States employing 90 people. Preferred Utilities is headquartered in Danbury with facilities around the United States employing 90 people. U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D) announced Preferred Utilities Manufacturing in Danbury is […]

“Monday Manufacturer” Highlight

Monday, August 12, 2019 Read the original story here. WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) announced on Monday that Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation in Danbury is this week’s “Murphy’s Monday Manufacturer.” Founded in 1920, Preferred Utilities specializes in the manufacturing of burners, instruments and controls, and fuel oil handling equipment for industrial, commercial, and missions critical applications. The company […]

Doing more with less: Staying productive during major upgrades

See the published article in Power Engineering here! By David Bohn Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corp. Given today’s skilled workforce shortage, figuring out how to get the most productivity from the fewest workers has become one of a power sector’s top challenges. How can a plant stay on top of its output requirements when finding and retaining qualified workers is so […]

Special Combustion project for another American based manufacturer

Pictured: one of two Preferred Special Combustion burners and control cabinets to be installed at an American steel manufacturer in Ohio, and utilized on twin super heaters used in the steel manufacturing process. The burners, atmospheric element style heaters, use stoichiometric combustion to produce heat input for the super heater. The Preferred UV Self-Checking Quanta-Flame Scanner monitors the flame. […]