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Spend less time modelling and more time designing!

Dexion has partnered with industry-leading BIM content creation specialists IGS Group to provide high-quality Revit content via the platform, streamlining and maximising BIM content access of Dexion storage solutions to architects and building design professionals.

In response to the fast-growing adoption of BIM workflows by industry and expressed requests from clients, Dexion engaged IGS Group to develop a high-quality Revit content library and associated specifier engagement strategy. Incorporating 42 user-friendly Revit families detailing a total of 1,763 product variants or ‘Types’, the Dexion Revit library includes families for the Compactus range for large storage requirements, as well as models for Shelving, Cabinets, Planter Boxes and Lockers.

With Dexion storage systems catering to a wide range of building typologies including factories, warehouses, offices, museums, libraries, healthcare, education and industrial complexes, the Dexion Revit library stands as an essential inclusion to any design practice’s BIM content repository.

Dexion’s Revit library aims to facilitate efficient and effective creation of project documentation and streamline design development processes as products are selected for projects, as well as generate high-quality and accurate visualisation outputs used for client and stakeholder engagement.

“IGS is delighted to have partnered with Dexion in creating this innovative BIM library and have it available to the design community via the platform. We comment Dexion for recognising and responding to the growing demand from the A&D market for quality BIM content from product manufacturers. We look forward to working with Dexion to facilitate widespread access and utilisation of this great resource and evolving the Dexion BIM library over time.” – Luke Johnstone, Managing Director at IGS Group

The library is available to download either as individual Revit families, as ‘Collections’ (by Product Range and Revit version), as a ‘Virtual Showroom’ (a Revit project file with all families and types loaded in) or as a bulk ‘Download All’ option. The ‘Virtual Showroom’ file provides designers with an efficient way to download and browse the Revit library in its entirety within the Revit project environment, and demonstrates how the content documents and schedules consistently.

In an effort to streamline user experience when browsing and downloading BIM content, Dexion has chosen to leverage IGS Group’s BIM content hosting platform and project design resource, Designers can experience optimised search, preview, and download workflows on This includes the ability to preview the 3D Revit geometry directly in the web browser, view parameter data, download specific Revit versions of content, and choose the type of content download that best caters to their requirements.
To view and download the extensive Dexion’s Revit library, visit here or embark on a journey of exploration via

When Was Your Last Racking Inspection Carried Out?

The racking structure is made up of two main elements;

  1. Beams – comprising beam section, end connectors and safely locks
  2. Frames – comprising uprights, bracing and baseplates

Each item should be inspected according to AS4084 and FEM standards which come with recommended inspection intervals.

They are:

Daily inspections

  • Conducted by the operator of the system.
  • Implementing inspections on a daily basis ensure:
  • No damages occurred due to incorrect application and use of MHE
  • Safe working loads are adhered to
  • Damaged pallets are not loaded onto the racking system


Weekly inspections

  • Visual inspection from the ground level, carried out by the Safety Officer based on a prepared checklist. This is a good practice to ensure that any faults or issues are found and dealt with immediately.


Monthly inspections

  • Includes emptying random bays to carry out a more detailed inspection of the components.

The scope would also ensure:

  • Safe working load signages and safety signs are in place
  • Any components with damages identified as ‘Very Serious’ or ‘Hazardous’ have been isolated and actions have been taken to rectify those risks.


Six to Twelve Month Inspections

  • This is a comprehensive inspection and includes checking that no modifications of the structure have taken place. A copy of the load application and configuration drawings is retained and referred to during the inspection.
  • This inspection is conducted by a technically competent officer who is experienced in identifying and categorising rack damage.


When it comes to damages to racking systems, it is recommended that parts or components are replaced, not repaired.  Not placing emphasis on this could result in severe consequences to the safety of the team, and to the business.


The team at Dexion is experienced in carrying out racking inspections and maintenance works.

Get in touch to schedule your racking inspections!

Dexion extends Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) partnership

As a testament to the value Dexion places on environmental sustainability, we have renewed the license with GECA for a further two years.  Dexion has been a partner to GECA since 2009 and we place high value in this partnership.

GECA is the owner of the Good Environmental Choice Australia Ecolabel and manages a Type 1 Ecolabel program in accordance with ISO 14024 “Environmental Labels and Declarations”.

The certification process is extremely comprehensive and onerous to ensure each product meets the environmental, health, social and ethical standards that have been set.

The following products have been granted the use of the ecolabel and have been verified by an independent conformity assessment body that they meet the criteria of the GECA standards:

Specifications that require Green Building schemes can be assured that Dexion products meet these requirements.

Dexion’s highly discerning customers are also conscious about the conservation of natural surroundings and demand that their suppliers have systems and policies that comply to these standards.

All Dexion products that are GECA certified carry the GECA label.  The GECA ecolabel is also a certification trademark, giving the public assurance that certified goods or services meet a particular standard. Certification trademarks are assessed and approved by the ACCC and registered by IP Australia.


Dexion Update – Victoria Earthquake

It was felt heavily 190 kilometres away in Melbourne, as well as in Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, and Launceston in Tasmania.

We hope your team is safe and well, fortunately we are not hearing any reports of serious injury. Victoria’s State Emergency Service team are reporting that there has been damage to buildings across Victoria.

If you believe your pallet racking structure has become compromised or have any concerns, it is essential that you close off the affected area(s) immediately and not approach these areas.

Dexion is an expert in industrial & commercial seismic engineering throughout APAC. We are here to help you, please contact your local Dexion supply centre or your Dexion representative to undertake a Rack Safety Inspection as soon as practical.

Contact us on 1800 100 050 or by clicking here.

Dexion Asia Pacific acquires Driven Technologies

Driven Technologies designs, manufactures and distributes track, carriage and drive systems which in conjunction with Dexion shelving, are used to create Compactus systems which have been sold into the market by Dexion for many years.

This is an exciting step for Dexion as the acquisition brings with it a revolutionary leap forward of light duty Compactus design in which we will share more information with you all on this in the coming weeks.

This acquisition also enables Dexion to have full control over the Compactus supply chain to help us win a greater share of the established markets in Australia and New Zealand, as well as expanding into the light duty Compactus market in Asia.

Dexion Store It #4: Product Catalogue Out Now!

Dexion is pleased to announce the launch of its latest comprehensive product catalogue, Store It #4.

Store It #4 is a one-stop product catalogue for all things Dexion. This issue has been revamped with the complete range of Dexion products available across Asia Pacific.

Among the new line up of industrial and commercial products featured include:

  • Dexion HDS Shuttle & HDS Omni 4 Way shuttle
  • Dexion Conveyor System
  • Dexion Vertical Carousels and Cutters
  • Dexion Pro 90 SmartGuard Pallet Racking Protectors
  • Dexion’s Warehouse equipment range that provides a complete solution to new warehouses. These include HVLS Fans, Dock Levellers and Industrial Doors
  • Precision & Firstline Lockers and Cabinets.

Companies identifying solutions for their warehouses, distribution centres or offices will find this catalogue a useful one-stop point of reference.

Products are categorised as either Warehouse, Workshop and Office so browsers can search and head directly to the relevant solutions that they are seeking for.

The catalogue provides updated and upgraded product information, solutions application, images and technical information.

To obtain a hard copy of the latest issue, please contact your local Supply Centre.  

You can also download a copy of the catalogue via clicking here. 


9 steps to using your Dock Levellers safely

Safety emphasis and putting precautions in place can prevent serious, fatal injuries & ensure cargo is protected from mishandling and damages when operating dock levellers. This is especially so at loading bays where loading and unloading activities are taking place. Common incidents include vehicle-related accidents and slips, trips and falls.

Here are 9 reminders that will keep the loading dock area running smoothly:

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Safe Work Load Signs

As a safety compliance requirement, Safe Work Load Signs communicate maximum racking capacity and the Dos & Don’ts to workers which prevents mishaps or serious injuries from happening.

These signs must be displayed in highly visible locations and explained to warehouse workers as they go about for their daily operational work.

Key content that a Safe Work Load Sign should contain are;

  • Permissible working unit load limit for each pallet
  • Permissible total working unit load limit for each beam level
  • Permissible total working unit load limit for each bay
  • The maximum distance from base plate level to the first beam level, and the maximum distance between first and second beam levels

Additional information that should be included are;

  • Racking use safety guidelines
  • Racking manufacturer’s name, installer’s name and installation date
  • Inspection and maintenance dates

Train workers to understand and comply with the stated loads for the safety of the team, warehouse goods and your investment.

It is also important to note that any deviation or modifications to the original design by any unauthorised parties may impair the safety of the racking installation.

Lastly, ensure you schedule regular inspections to ensure your racking system is well maintained and kept in good condition at all times.

5 tips on selecting the right dock leveller for your warehouse

When it comes to optimising your dock area workflow for the transfer of goods in and out of your facility, selecting the most suitable dock leveller makes a difference and will enhance operational processes. The right equipment will significantly impact the productivity and safety of your premises.

Here’s 5 tips on how to select the right dock leveller for your warehouse:

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