“Azgaz. Propane and protein suppliers. Beans and ‘as beens for beings plus gas. … This has to be the best winter supply name.”
“Could later expand into biodigester funerals, propane tank cold boxes, efficient air Peltier blower rings, eggs and a coffee shop library warm room.”
I don’t think it’s as daft as it sounds. Basic base staple and maybe some quality brown wholemeal seedy bread. Perhaps with a carbohydrate warning. I suppose the funniest part of the vision dream was the “Posh beenegi”. Not so much the content, but the price list in LED, and a rolling supply demand accounting for running the cooking and service. Not your basic beans just run at supply cost and the miracle of prophetic markup weekly spot pricing.
You don’t know what was on the time since cum joke laugher discount line.
Looks like some kind of summer supplies line is needed. Onto thoughts of efficient freeze-dry desalination. So pressure in the hot tank is lower than in the cold tank. So the dual hydraulic opposed piston is balanced on an escapement of area. The compression hot end is routed through the hot tank, and vice-versa for transfer of heat by the oscillation of the escapement.
The final complexity is the salt accumulation in the hot tank. Some kind of screw extraction for the sale of “complete dried salt”. Likely requires some desalinate, clean cycle. So salt and distilled water? Or should that be remineralized water? I wonder how the “pump end inversion” with “routing to the other tank” affects efficiency? The S-balanced escapement could be thrown by a solar power linear actuator and some simple control electrics. With the sides of the tanks, it might look like a posh $ sign.