Capitalizing on Hidden Assets: The Significant Energy Potential in Waste Heat with Armstrong International Circular Thermal℠

The first law of thermodynamics states that energy is neither created nor destroyed, maintaining a constant quantity in a system. When energy is utilized, often through conversion, it degrades into a lower quality form. This begs the question: how does degraded yet undestroyed energy exit an industrial plant?

Waste heat, while being of lower quality, retains a significant quantity of energy. Studies indicate that 50 to 80% of primary energy used in light industries becomes waste heat at medium or low temperatures when leaving the plant. Thus, up to 80% of this energy is recyclable.

By incorporating Armstrong International's  Circular Thermal℠ model into industrial processes, we can recapture and reuse this waste energy.

For more information about Armstrong International products, and their Circular Thermal℠ technology, contact Energy West Controls. Call 800-533-4477 or visit