Q: How long has Dixie Southern been in business?
A: We have been a leader in competitively priced heavy steel plate fabrication since 1976.
Q: Where is your facility located?
A: Our 12-acre, 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility is in West Central Florida.
Q: Is Dixie Southern an accredited company?
A: Yes! We are ASME Accredited, UL Certified, and a member of the American Welding Society (AWS).
Q: What kind of steel plate products does Dixie Southern fabricate?
A: We fabricate ASME pressure vessels, API tanks, autoclaves, bulk storage, ductwork, rolled & welded steel pipe, process piping, and steel stacks. To learn more about our steel plate products, visit our products page.
Q: Do your products meet industry standards?
A: Yes, our QA programs assure compliance with every aspect of our clients’ specifications: ASME, API, AWS, etc.
Q: What kind of projects has Dixie Southern completed?
A: We have completed a variety of projects for multiple industries, learn more by visiting our projects page.
Q: What are your specializations?
A: We specialize in the design, fabrication, painting, and delivery of our fabricated steel plate products.
Q: Can you make special customizations?
A: Yes, we can fabricate a custom design for your steel plate products.
Q: What are your fabrication processes?
A: We have a 4-5 step process for each product that ensures our customers receive high-quality products that exceed our customers’ expectations.
Q: What kind of industries do you serve?
A: We have served many industries, including mining & minerals, agriculture, government, waste treatment, chemical, and many more.
Q: What kind of steel do you use?
A: Any of our steel plate products can be made with carbon steel, stainless steel, and many alloys.
Q: What is the difference between steel hoppers, bins, and silos?
A: Our bulk storage products have similar purposes but configured differently depending on the objective; storage and loadout, storage only, or materials handling.
Q: Do you fabricate custom steel shapes?
A: Yes! We use state-of-the-art technology to create custom specialty steel shapes for any application.
Q: What are your API 620 Tanks used for?
A: This type of storage tank is used for products that have high internal pressures, such as liquified natural gas and cryogenic tanks.
Q: What are your API 650 Tanks used for?
A: This type of tank stores oil, gas, chemical, water, and biofuel.
Q: What can you store inside your ASME pressure vessels?
A: Dixie Southern provides storage solutions for Liquefied Petroleum Gases, Propane, Butane, Pentane, Aqueous Ammonia, Anhydrous Ammonia, and other gaseous products.
Q: What industries use your ASME pressure vessels?
A: We serve the pressure vessel needs of facility operators, EPC contractors, general contractors, and OEMS in the following industries: power generation, waste treatment, food/beverage processing, mining/minerals, agriculture, oil/gas, chemical treatment, pulp/paper, and government.
Q: What is considered a large diameter R and W steel pipe?
A: Rolled and welded large diameter pipe is considered a pipe that is greater than 36″ in diameter.
Q: What industries use steel flare stacks?
A: Oil/gas, chemical treatment, food & beverage processing, mining/minerals, agriculture, waste/wastewater treatment, pulp & paper, waste treatment, power generator are industries that utilize steel flare stacks.
Q: Do you offer necessary access steel with your steel flare stacks/tanks?
A: Yes, we have the capability to incorporate access steel into your stack/tank package in-house.
Q: What is the best way to contact a Dixie Southern representative for my product needs?
A: Request a quote on our website and send us a message detailing your project needs with your contact information.
Q: How can I keep up with the latest news about Dixie Southern?
A: By following us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn! You can also check out our resources page to see what we’ve been up to by reading our press releases.
Q: What is the best way to send you feedback about your products?
A: We greatly appreciate it when customers fill out our customer survey to let us know how we performed.