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Old 01-20-2006, 10:27 PM
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Anyone use one of these: www.clarustechnologies.com/manufacturing_services/oilcat/ How much are they?
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Interesting. 7.5% blend, 1/2 micron filtering.....not a bad idea at all. Looks expensive. We use a similar looking device at work to recover hydraulic fluid...you don't even wanna know what that dude cost.
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Yikes!!! That makes it somewhat less attractive.
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