Tex-Fab Inc.

Tex-Fab Inc. specializes in the fabrication of pressure vessels and steel plate rolling.

Company Overview

From humble beginnings in 1973, Tex-Fab Inc.’s suite of capabilities and services has grown into one of the most reputable in the United States. Famous for their innovation and drive, Tex-Fab has been known to take on projects that other fabricators might consider impossible.

Tex-Fab has a wide range of capabilities but they are best known for their pressure vessel manufacturing, and they are one of two companies in our industrial group that can claim primary expertise in that area.

Tex-Fab’s pressure vessel fabrication shop has the capacity to produce multiple vertical and horizontal stage separators, dust collection hoppers, filter separators, structured packed vessels, coalescer vessels, and large diameter hemispherical heads.

Many of their projects are designed and built to weigh over 300 tons and 100 feet long, and they have the capacity to roll nine-inch-thick steel plates, leaving them well-equipped to work with most of our clients at Calibre Industrial Group.

Additionally, Tex-Fab can fabricate tray towers, reactors, and separators, as well as slug catchers and other products for the oil and gas industries in compliance with a number of codes and standards.

They adhere to ASME design codes, including ASME Section 1 – Power Boiler, ASME Section VIII Div. 1 and Div. 2 – Pressure Vessels, and National Board R Stamp.

Tex-Fab has two facilities in Texas, one in Navasota and one in Houston. These locations on the Gulf Coast have allowed them the ability to transport finished projects via truck, rail, or water to areas all over North America and internationally, giving them some of the greatest reach of any of the companies in our industrial group.

Learn more about Tex-Fab Inc. on their website: texfab.com.

  • Steel plate rolling
  • Plate forming
  • Heat treatment
  • SAW, SMAW, FCAW, GMAW, and GTAW welding practices
  • Designing and building projects weighing over 300 tons and being over 100 feet long
  • Working with nine-inch thick materials
  • Working with all grades of carbon steel, most grades of stainless, hastelloy, chrome-moly, and alloy clad carbon steel
  • transporting finished projects via truck, rail, and water
  • ASME Section 1
  • ASME Section 8 Div. 1 and 2
  • National Board of Pressure Vessel Inspectors – R Stamp
  • Pressure vessels
  • Vertical and horizontal stage separators
  • Dust collection hoppers
  • Filter separators
  • Structured packed vessels
  • Coalescer vessels
  • Large diameter hemispherical heads
  • Petrochemical
  • Mining
  • Fertilizer
  • Cement