Access Steel: Stairs, ladders, platforms, etc. providing floor and equipment access for operations and maintenance personnel.

API Tanks: Steel tanks that meet the American Petroleum Institute’s standards for holding oil and other liquids.

ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers

ASME Certified: A certification that verifies a company’s ability to continuously meet safety and quality standards.

ASME Pressure Vessels: Steel pressure vessels that meet industry quality standards for holding liquids, vapors, and gases at high pressures.

ASME VIII Pressure Vessel Software: Technology that allows engineers and designers to create solid modeling, drawings, material schemes, etc.

Bypass exhaust stacks: Steel stacks used for discharging combustion gases to the atmosphere as to avoid severe damage to an air pollution control device or other equipment.

Carbon Steel: Steel with increased strength due its high concentration of carbon

Chemical Storage Tank: Heavy-duty steel tanks that safely store, process, mix, and transport industrial chemicals, fuels, petroleum products, and other solutions.

Chemical Tank Fabrication: The process of designing, fabricating, and painting tanks that are capable of containers a variety of chemicals.

Debutanizer: A distillation column used to separate butane during the refining process.

Ductwork: Round, square, and rectangular welded steel that is used in multiple industrial applications.

Fabricated Steel Products: Steel products assembled and welded by Dixie Southern.

HRSG Stacks: Steel stacks that increase a plant’s overall efficiency and minimize fuel costs.

NSF/ANSI 61: Drinking Water System Components: Health Effects is an American National Standard that establishes minimum health-effects requirements for the chemical contaminants and impurities that are indirectly imparted to drinking water from products, components and materials used in drinking water systems.

Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT): PWHT is a controlled process that elevates the temperature of a material after the welding process to alleviate residual stress, increase strength, reduce cracking, and more.

Pressure Vessels: Containers designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially different from the ambient pressure. Dixie Southern offers pressure vessel fabrication.

Process Piping: The installation of steel pipes that will be used to convert chemicals, gases, and liquids into tangible products.

Rolled & Welded Steel Pipe: Large diameter steel pipes that are used for a variety of applications. Also referred to as R and W steel pipes. 

Stainless Steel: A corrosion-resistant alloy made of iron, chromium, and other metals.

Stainless Steel Tanks: Tanks fabricated from stainless steel and used to hold a variety of materials for different industries.

Steel: An alloy consisting of iron, carbon, and other trace elements.

Steel Autoclaves: Large, cylindrical steel vessels that facilitate high temperatures and pressures to sterilize waste, facilitate chemical reactions, cure & strengthen composite parts, and more.

Steel Bar Screens: A mechanical filter used to remove large objects from wastewater.

Steel Exhaust Stacks: Large diameter steel stacks that are used to increase power, minimize fuel costs, and release combustion gases.

Steel Flare Stacks: Tall, thin structures used to burn off waste and unwanted gases.

Steel Hoppers: Steel containers that transfer and store products such as grain, mined ore, feedstock, and more.

Steel Plates: Steel sheet material that can be cut and welded for any project specifications.

Steel Silos: Large, cylindrical steel storage containers used for a variety of bulk storage applications including grain, cement, coal, sand, sawdust, and more.

Steel Storage Bins: Large steel bins that store a variety of materials including grain, fuel, and more.

Steel Storage Tank: Steel tanks fabricated from carbon steel, stainless steel, or other alloys that hold liquids or compressed gases.

Steel Storage Tank Manufacturer: A manufacturer engaged in the production of steel storage tanks.

UL Certified: A certification that verifies that a company’s products pass multiple quality standards and is acceptable for use.

Welding: Joining together metal parts by melting the surface and uniting the parts with the appropriate filler material

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