Welcome to Northwest Fluid Solutions, a supplier of high-quality fluid system components, fabricated assemblies, and services to a wide range of industries. We’re a growing company whose success can be attributed to a very simple philosophy: treat others with respect, conduct ourselves with dignity, and seek to continuously improve our product, service, and sales offerings.

We are located in Redmond, Washington in a newly expanded operations and warehouse facility. Our business processes are governed by a surveyed and audited quality system and orders are executed from our local warehouse.

NWFS Ten Years

On July 1, we celebrated the first of what we hope will be many more decades in business. Thanks to every one of our customers for being a part of our success – there's no way we could have done it without you!


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We stock components for – and provide services to – some of the most demanding industries out there.

  • Alternative Fuels
  • Biopharmaceutical
  • Life Sciences
  • Chemical & Petrochemical
  • Food, Beverage, Dairy
  • Marine
  • OEM
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power
  • Semiconductor



We offer a wide range of services, including material sourcing, inventory management, education and training, construction site services, segregated material storage, fabrication, and assembly. Learn more.


Northwest Fluid Solutions was recently awarded the "Big Deal of the Year" award by Hamilton Company, www.hamiltoncompany.com, for our efforts in successfully promoting their process sensors. Congratulations to our sales team and staff for their tremendous effort!


VNE Corporation of Janesville, WI has awarded Northwest Fluid Solutions their "Customer Service" award for 2012 & 2013 in recognition of sales and service performance.


Welcome to Jordan Walton who has joined our staff as a Customer Service Representative. Jordan comes to us from Utah and has relocated to the area with his wife who is continuing her studies at the University of Washington.