More reliability, Less waste
Fluid Intelligence’s vision is to change the way we use lubricant oils today. We help our customers to maximize their operational reliability and cut waste oil in half.
Lubrication costs heavy industry and logistics over $200bn annually and generates massive streams of waste oil as only fraction of that can be re-refined. Even with all these efforts machines break down and generate unnecessary downtimes and costs.
We connect our customers' oil to Fluid Cloud and change oil from cost to asset. Fluid Intelligence - Oil Connected.
Real-time oil monitoring and analytics
Automate real-time oil condition monitoring (OCM) and activity alerts
See current oil asset performance and get long-term trend analysis
Optimize oil performance and maintain reliability proactively
Enjoy extended operational run-times, save money and environment
Increase profits, Decrease downtime
Fluid customers take their operational performance to totally new level with our solutions and technology. Real-time visibility and data driven decision making along with Fluid industry expertise make oil an asset.
Our customers range from energy plants to heavy industry and logistics. When oil is a critical element for your business then Fluid is for you.
- Apr 10, 2018 Fluid Intelligence partakes in the CleanWeb program of Business Finland Apr 10, 2018
- Apr 10, 2018 Fluid's successful funding round Apr 10, 2018
- Apr 10, 2018 Come and meet Fluid's experts at the Northern Industry 2018 event Apr 10, 2018
- Mar 25, 2018 Nordic Cleantech TOP25 Report released Mar 25, 2018
- Feb 22, 2018 Fluid in the Top25 of the Nordic Cleantech Open Feb 22, 2018
- Feb 20, 2018 Proactive maintenance is about securing the future Feb 20, 2018
- Jan 25, 2018 ASTM – the oil sampling standard – has been updated Jan 25, 2018
- December 2017
- Sep 28, 2017 Autumn bringing more speed for Fluid Sep 28, 2017
- Sep 28, 2017 100 analysis, 5 best practices for oil asset management! Sep 28, 2017
- Sep 28, 2017 A decade of business extinction Sep 28, 2017
- June 2017