Utilities Get Peace of Mind in Managing Critical Asset Risk with Doble Engineering Company’s New dobleASSURANCE™ ProgramApril 2, 2019
New long-term service program removes the hassle of monitor maintenance and offers known total cost of ownership for up to ten years
Doble Engineering Company, a leader in power grid diagnostic solutions and subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ESE), today released its advanced patch management solution, PatchAssure.
Xtensible Solutions, part of Doble Engineering Company, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ESE), and Open Grid Systems, a software and services company focused on model-driven engineering and open standards, have joined forces to provide standards-based integration and analytic solutions for utilities’ Network Connectivity Models. The initiative offers customers consulting expertise with a standards-based tool set to deliver network connectivity and grid operation insights.
The first dissolved gas analysis (DGA) interpretation algorithms were put forward in the 1960’s and the industry’s ability to measure these gases and use them to detect potential problems has come a long way since. Morgan Schaffer’s Stephan Brauer and Doble’s Paul Griffin and Tony McGrail share more about the critical role DGA plays in assessing and protecting transformer health.
Doble Engineering Company and Efacec, a leading provider of critical power transformers, announced at this year’s CIGRE that they have joined forces to bring a comprehensive and modular digital asset management solution to the power and utility industry.
Power transformers are large capital items with long lead times for production; they are critical to our electric infrastructure, and their reliability is an important subject for analysis. Reliability, however, doesn’t just ‘”happen” – it is a consequence of specifying and buying a well-built transformer and ensuring careful shipment to site, proper installation and subsequent life management.
We are pleased to announce that Manta Test Systems is now a part of Doble Engineering Company.
Read more on how dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is one of the most powerful tools asset managers can use to determine the health of their transformers.
The latest participant in EL&P’s “How did you get your Start in the Grid?” series is G. Matthew Kennedy. He is Doble Engineering Co.’s Solutions Director: Enterprise and Data Products, overseeing the complete software and cloud product vision at Doble.
Doble Engineering Company, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ESE), has entered a strategic alliance with DNV GL, a global quality assurance and risk management company, to deliver streamlined and centralized testing data for customers in substation maintenance, testing and asset management.
We are pleased to announce that today we have welcomed Vanguard Instruments Company as the newest addition to Doble Engineering Company.
Doble’s new services for geomagnetic disturbance risk mitigation support NERC compliance, prevent transformer damage and avoid grid disruption.
We are pleased to share the news that ESCO Technologies Inc. acquired the assets of Morgan Schaffer and established a new subsidiary of Doble Engineering Company, which is named Morgan Schaffer LTD.
On New Year’s Day, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) imposed a new standard to protect the bulk electric system from the impact of GMDs. To comply, utilities and power companies must conduct ongoing assessments of their transformers to measure and monitor the impact of GMD events on the bulk power system. Compliance dates are spread out over the next few years, but as with any new program, the time to start planning is now.
National Grid Saudi Arabia Enters into New Asset Health and Condition Assessment Agreement with Doble Engineering CompanyNovember 14, 2016
National Grid Saudi Arabia has contracted Doble Engineering Company, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ESE), for advanced services to support a new phase of its power grid reliability initiative, which will expand transformer health programs into additional regions.