About Dynamic Ratings | Condition Based Monitoring

About Dynamic Ratings

Our top priority is to help utilities successfully deploy and manage their condition monitoring programs to improve the safety and reliability of their assets across the grid. We provide condition-based monitoring products and services to the utility industry.

How We Can Help


1. Improve Business Performance Through Asset Management

1 out of every 200 transformers experience a major failure each year. The safety and cost risks of an unexpected failure can be catastrophic.

We know that when it comes to monitoring, one size does NOT fit all. There are many options available to asset managers and we are here to listen to your needs and find a solution that works for you. If you aren’t sure where to start, check out our solutions page on online condition monitoring.

2. Provide an exceptional experience with our LIFESTREAM™ Support Services

These days, utilities are challenged to do more with less. Reduced staffing, budget constraints and loss of industry knowledge are changing the way business must be done. Condition-based monitoring is part of the solution that helps create more efficient teams by eliminating repetitive maintenance tasks.

Dynamic Ratings offers a large range of services to support our customers’ goals. We help with planning, designing, project management and implementation. To learn more about the services we offer, visit our LIFESTREAM™ page.


3. Share knowledge, training and resources

What should I monitor? What do I do after I purchase a monitor? How do I interpret the data? There are many questions involved in the process of implementing condition-based monitoring. Our experts are always available to pick up the phone.

We offer a large range of webinars for those who are learning more about monitoring. For our customers we offer trainings, user group meetings, and a customer resource portal to stay connected.


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Our Policy Is Excellence

Dynamic Ratings is an ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001 and ISO 45001 certified company. Click here to request to see our certifications.

Dynamic Ratings is Achilles Certified. Click here to see the certification. 

Dynamic Ratings is Part of the Asset to Vendor Network (A2V)

As a participant in the A2V network, Dynamic Ratings meets security-related standards and shares cybersecurity best practices with members of the Asset to Vendor Network. Learn more about A2V.

Social Responsibility

Not only do we care about our customers, we care about our community. This belief is demonstrated inside the business by supporting employees and fostering a healthy work culture, as well as outside the business through the support of community activities.


Wilson Transformer Company

Wilson Transformer Company

Dynamic Ratings is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wilson Transformer Company. Wilson Transformer Company was founded in 1933 and has multiple transformer manufacturing plants. In the early 1980’s, they 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 Wilson Transformer Company. In 2002, the US office was opened and is now the headquarters.

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