When the "tin bashing" nears completion and it is time to start fitting components with threaded fasteners, what, if any, anti-seize/corrosion compound(s) are going to be used ?
In our offshore and sub-sea equipment we use "Stuart Aquashield" . This is a gloopy blueish gunk in tubes, and is pretty universally used in the offshore industry. It really proves it's worth when dismantling gear that has spent years in service, and prevents stainless faseners from galling up in the first place.
Would a free sample tube(s) be of use ?