Condition Based Monitoring Experts
Dynamic Ratings (DR) provides condition based monitoring programs to the utility industry. We use our end-to-end comprehensive products and services to improve the safety and reliability of our customers assets. Our priority is to help utilities successfully deploy and manage condition based monitoring programs.
What is a conditioned based monitoring program? Condition based monitoring is a way for utilities to
- Improve safety for the workforce
- Extend the life of their assets
- Create awareness of asset life and reliability
We provide products and services to help utilities to have better awareness of their high voltage electrical equipment. A condition based monitoring program may include
- Transformer monitoring
- DGA monitoring
- Bushing monitoring
- Partial discharge monitoring
- Battery monitoring
- Circuit breaker monitoring
- Secure communications
- Data Dashboard
- Engineering and Project Management Service
- Technical Support
- And more…
- Responsive to Customers
- Dedicated to helping others achieve their goals
- Share knowledge and expertise to develop, inspire, and empower others
- Achieve results
Dynamic Ratings is an ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 certified company.
Vision & Mission
We are passionately committed to improving the reliability, operational cost and safety of our customers’ electrical power assets.
Our Mission is to:
- Provide prompt and effective responses to customers.
- Apply innovative approaches, products and services to solve technical and business challenges, enabling our customers to achieve their goals.
- Continually develop and improve our people, processes, products and services.
- Expand and enrich our team with industry experienced professionals.
- Share our industry knowledge and experience.
Dynamic Ratings is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wilson Transformer Company (WTC). WTC was founded in 1933 and has multiple transformer manufacturing plants. In the early 1980’s, WTC started a joint development with one of the largest utilities in Australia to provide a transformer monitoring system. This evolved into the Dynamic Ratings division of WTC. In 2002, the US office was opened and is now the headquarters.