Just wondered if anybody has used the dewatering bags that you can pump sediment laden water into and it filters it out and allows the clean water to pass through. I have not had to use them yet and wanted to know how effective they are, how much water can be passed through them before they need replaced, how easily the hose stays connected, and how easily they tear? I've found information on them but wanted to ask those who may have used them in the field and get a perspective from someone who isn't a sales rep.
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