Has anyone had to make splices exposed to intermittent submersion in saltwater? We have 1/0 feeders with taps (up to 5 wires on a single splice) to individual pedestals on a dock that need a better method of waterproofing. Usually, we would use polaris connectors with a combination of scotchkote, scotchseal and super 33 tape. In the past on sumps, or other fresh water systems, this has worked well. However, that combo is not holding up to the saltwater. We are now looking at scotch cast but there are many different types and i don't see any that are rated for salt water application specifically. I called 3M to see what they recommend and they told me they cant recommend any of their products for what I am doing. Surely I am not the only one who has had to do this. Any ideas?