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Magnesol Drywash Plans

Does anyone have plans for a Magnesol Drywash system that they wish to share? We filter the oil going into the processor to 200 microns and process batches of 33-35 gallons @ a time. We then pump into a 60 gallon cone bottom tank with 3/4 inch drain. I see reuseable filter socks on e-bay, just would like to know how others set the filtering system up. thanks.
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