The [link linked page]https://www.aisc.org/DynamicTaxonomyFAQs.aspx?id=1...[/link]describes the problem perfectly, suggests a minimum radius, and then goes on to recommend not using it. "Breaking the corner" allows too much variation in interpretation to ensure sufficient coating thickness in my opinion. Anyone have some specification language they're willing to share? Application is painted steel in a corrosive atmosphere, where the rust tends to begin at the corners. Thanks.
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