Fabex Inc. was established in January 1977 in Zachary Louisiana.  In the late 70’s, Fabex’s primary business was the fabrication of liquid and dry mud tanks for the oil field industry.  In the early 80’s Fabex expanded it’s business and became very active in providing ASME Code Pressure vessels for the petrochemical and oil refinery industry.

           Today we specialize in all grades of carbon, stainless and nickel alloys.  Our fabrication experience includes: Duplex 2205 reactors, Stainless vessels designed for —320 degrees F. , Alloy 200 & 400 ductwork, API storage tanks, stacks and carbon steel vessels.

           Fabex normally employs 25 to 30 people.  Our shop personnel  work split shifts in order to keep jobs running smoothly and our products delivered on time.  Since our incorporation in 1977, we have maintained a reputation for quality workmanship and superior service.  We would appreciate an opportunity to work with you on your future requirements whether it be standard or expedited delivery.


                                                                           Tommy Daigle


“Quality work by Quality people”


About Us

(2) 17,500 square foot fabrication buildings on a 3 acre site.

Sales:          3-4 million annually.


                      ASME Code Sect. VIII Div. 1 “ U “ Stamp, National                          Board “R” Stamp for Repairs and Alterations, DOT                           Certification # CT-6702


                      ASME Code pressure vessels, towers, API storage                            tanks and all types of ductwork, in carbon steel and                          alloys ( Monel, Inconel, Stainless, Duplex 2205, and                        Alloy 20) for the petroleum, paper mill, and chemical                       plants.


           Previous Fabricated Products:

In house standard spray coat paint systems.  We have sub-suppliers in the Baton Rouge area which perform many types of bake coatings (kynar, rubber lining, hylar, etc. ).


3) Stainless steel vessels from 30” dia. x 5’-0”    long x  2 1/2”  thick to 18’-4” dia. x 40’-0” long x 5/8” thick.

1) Tray towers up to 10’-0” dia. x 160’ long with a     shipping weight of 125 tons.

2) Alloy 20 vessel: 14’-0” dia. x 40’ long x  1/2” thick.