Tag Archive: Off-gas analysis

  1. New Opportunities to Grow With Us

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    THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED – please continue to check back on our Careers Page for new opportunities.

    Tenova Goodfellow Inc., and its Unit Company Nova Analytical Systems have two positions that are currently open:


    Nova Analytical Systems – Hamilton, ON


    As the new Assembly and Test Technician, you will be an integral part of our final assembly team to bring high quality, durable gas analysis equipment to our customers. Successful candidates will possess a T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More) approach to your work.

    If you enjoy a fast paced working environment, please visit our Careers web-page to see a list of full qualifications.


    Tenova Goodfellow Inc. – Mississauga, ON


    An HR Professional is required to administer and oversee all aspects of our Company’s HR policies and functions.  Interested candidates will have demonstrated communication skills for delivering effective flow of information to all levels of the organization.

    If you have a desire to be part of an international organization, please visit our Careers page to view the full qualifications for this position.


    Tenova Goodfellow Inc. and its subsidiaries are an equal opportunity employer.
    We thank all applicants, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  No phone calls please.

  2. Part 2: Choosing The Right Gas Analyzer: The Top 7 Additional Considerations

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    When evaluating your process gas analysis needs, the engineering specification is usually the start and the finish of the discussion and price and delivery are often the only criteria that are used to make the decision.

    Assuming that the vendor’s offer meets the basic requirements of the engineering specification, the following considerations should be just the starting point of the discussion:

    • Previous experience: are they still relevant for my need?
    • Best price
    • Quickest delivery

    Additional Considerations for Choosing A Gas Analyzer

    Filtering out vendors based solely on these discussion points may omit from the conversation other important considerations that may affect the “buy-in” of plant operators and maintenance staff.

    Different departments will have differing priorities of what type of equipment and/or features may be required.  While off-gas analysis does not have to be excessively complex, it should also not be regarded as just another piece of equipment that needs to be purchased.

    Our top 7 additional considerations are meant to guide you through the purchasing process to ensure that your process gas needs will be met not just in the short term but also in the long term.

    Top 7 Additional Considerations When Choosing Off-gas AnalysisWhangarei, New Zealand - July 28, 2013: Marsden Point Oil Refinery on July 28, 2013. It produces 70 per cent of New Zealand's refined oil needs, with the rest being imported from Singapore, Australia and South Korea

    1. 1. Open communication with Project Team
    2. 2. Flexibility of Solution
    3. 3. Ease of Use
    4. 4. Established Durability
    5. 5. Ease of Service
    6. 6. Reputation and Brand
    7. 7. Considering Value vs. Price


    Choosing the Right Off-Gas Analysis Supplier

    In a B2B environment, being productive means that your process is continuously running with minimal interruption.  When it comes to dependable continuous off-gas analysis for your process, the best place to start is to partner with a supplier who can think out of the box for optimal process performance.

    Choosing the best supplier should be a top priority based on the following criteria:

    • Years of experience
    • Proven technology
    • Approach to customer service, and
    • Passion for Innovation


    Learn More

    To learn more about our top 7 additional considerations for choosing your next off-gas analyzer solution, click here to download our most recent eBook or click on the title to receive – Choosing The Right Gas Analyzer: Part 2, Additional Considerations.