Berman Brothers & Rubin Iron Works

Berman Brothers
Rubin Iron Works: Established 1914

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Berman Brothers partnered with Rubin Iron Works in 2005 to create a single-source company that could offer the full spectrum of metal services.

Employees standing in front of the original Rubin Iron Works building over 100 years ago.For more than 100 years Rubin Iron Works has specialized in carbon and alloy steel fabrication. We specialize in press braking, rolling, forming, shearing, punching, cutting and welding.

Our skilled steel fabricators are leaders in custom fabrication. We use precision technology and AWS Certified Welders to create and finish your custom metal fabrication to your spec. Rubin Iron Works can fabricate any mechanical, structural or ornamental metal element and is the only facility in Florida that can provide heavy rolling services.

Rubin Iron Works experienced estimators and certified welders have great diversity of skill in fabricating tanks, hoppers, handrails, stairs, landings, mitered elbows, cones, conveyer parts, weldments, and any custom fabrication job you need.

Our full-service fab shop not only offers four different cutting methods, but also has the largest waterjet available in Florida and Georgia. Because of our focus on technical skill and customer service, we can handle quick turnaround times and highly specialized requests.

Fabrication Equipment Capabilities

  • Cutting – Two Water Jets, 119″ x 275″ & Plasma 40′ x 11′
  • Shearing – 12′ Wide Up To 5/8″ Thickness A36 Plate
  • Welding – Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum (Mig, Tig, and Flux Core)
  • Braking
  • Forming
  • Punching
  • Rolling
    • Angles
      • 8″ x 8″ x 1″ Leg In-Leg Out. Min Outside Radius 120โ€
      • 5″ x 5″x 5/8″ Leg Out. Inside Diameter 60โ€
      • 5″ x 5″x 1/2″ Leg In. Inside Diameter 70″
    • Channels
      • C9 x 25.4 Leg Out. Inside Diameter 45″
      • C9 x 25.4 Leg In. Inside Diameter 50″
      • C6 x 18 Hard Way. Inside Diameter 240″
      • C18 x 58 Leg In-Leg Out. Min Outside Radius 60″
    • Beams
      • S8 x 23 Easy Way. Inside Diameter 40″
      • S6 x 17.25 Hard Way. Inside Diameter 150″
      • S12 x 35 Min Center Line Radius 48″
      • WF6 x 16 Easy Way. Inside Diameter 44″


Welding Certification and Qualifications

Rubin Iron Works offers many welding procedures, welder qualification, and welder certification capabilities helping our customers confirm their welders and welding procedure are in accordance with specific codes and standards typically American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Welding Society (AWS). Rubin Iron Works can test all aspects of welding procedures and welder performance qualifications by conducting bend testing. 

Rubin Iron Works Testing Facility

Rubin Iron Works weld testing facility is spacious and well-equipped  where welders can feel comfortable while testing. During the weld testing, our CWI (Certified Welding Inspector) will observe proper set up and ensure recommended techniques that should deliver quality workmanship for the utilized welding process (SMAW, FCAW, GMAW, and GTAW). Rubin Iron Works CWI will verify all steps are being followed to meet applicable codes or standards. Rubin Iron Works has most common weld test coupons in stock for testing and can provide to customers at a reasonable cost.

Types of Certifications and Qualifications: Pipe and Plate

  • Fillet
  • Groove
  • Flat 1F and 1G
  • Vertical 2F and 2G
  • Horizontal 3F and 3G
  • Overhead 4F and 4G
  • All 6G โ€“ Pipe Only 45-degree angle in position
 

Weld Testing of Coupons : Pipe and Plate

If you are interested in our welding certification services,  send your weld coupons to Rubin Iron Works to have them processed according to specified code or standard.

I have been working for JEA at the Northside Generating Station for 11 years as a Mechanical Technician. When I was on my tools, we put together materials that had been Plasma Cut and rolled by Rubin Iron Works. I can say that it is a pleasure working with materials that fit together like a puzzle. I highly recommend them for all your fabrication needs.

– David Brazell, JEA

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