Before you go into finding a solution for your seperation problem,
I would do the following:
* take samples of your slurry and measure the temperature and pH.
You will see that both, temperature and pH are high.
As you know, you have lots of by-products and yeast autolysis products in the slurry.
I assume you pitch ~ 25 gallons of yeast (35 BBL KO), and you will have in the cone of your Fermenter ~ 100 gallons after primary fermentation is completed.
Of that 100 gallon, maybe 40 gallon is beer, unfiltered, warm, high pH, etc.
Is that worth your time and money (as Craft Brewer) to clean it up?
Cheers my Friend