Here at mon-vieil-ami, we advocate for legume cultivation all over the world. This is a great idea because when you plant legumes, you are actually enriching the soil.
Legumes, after all, are natural Nitrogen fixers. They have bacterial nodules at the end of their roots that capture the Nitrogen in the air and turn it into useful fertilizer versions of Nitrogen.
As you can well imagine, the legume cultivation process should be high on the priority list of any agricultural nation. However, there is always one setback. This problem always keeps coming up. The problem, of course, involves the process. while it makes a lot of sense to produce and process legumes in the center of the town or some sort of urban center, all bets are off if you are located in a fairly remote area.
Thankfully, you only need to invest in a tankless water heater to make legume processing so much more efficient. By running the legume harvest through some sort of heated or warmed water tank, you can go a long way in reducing the amount of debris that makes it to the final collection of shelled legumes. This is a very important step, and unfortunately, in many parts of the world, it is just too cold for this type of processing.
If you are to store water in an outdoor tank somewhere, don’t be surprised if that water freezes. It’s going to be very hard to move frozen water. Accordingly, you have to change your game up. You have to mix things up by using a tankless water heater.
The best part of this type of water heating technology is you get to localize the heating points of your water processing system. This is a big deal because this can go a long way in saving on energy costs. Make no mistake about it, if you have a distributed heating system, you can heat water where it is needed. You don’t have to waste a tremendous amount of energy, time, and effort heating water from a centralized location.
As you probably already know, the equipment cost for centralized, tank-based water heaters or boilers can cost a pretty penny. It’s no joke. The great thing about a tankless, decentralized water heater system is that it not only saves you a lot of money but also lets you fine-tune the processing system to the extent that heat is directed to where it needs to go.
Great water makes great products. That’s the bottom line. If you are processing any kind of agricultural product, you need to make sure all pieces of the processing ‘concerto’ so to speak are up to the job and quality is top of mind. This cannot be taken for granted if you care about product quality.
If you are still on the fence regarding a more efficient way to process the legumes you grow or that which the cooperative collects from nearby regions, you should consider this decentralized, tankless water heater approach.