I'm designing an elevated house in a V zone (near the ocean) and typically like to use concrete for the piers & beams since they hold up better to the corrosive environment. Due to other design aspects of the project (connection to frames above) it would be beneficial to use steel beams for the foundation superstructure. One product I've come across to protect the steel is EonCoat (https://eoncoat.com). This product seems too good to be true, and I tend to be a little skeptical of information from salesmen. Has anyone used this product that can comment (both good and/or bad) on its long term performance?
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