The powder coating process uses dry, free-flowing powder that is applied either by fluidized bed or electrostatically. When the coating is cured under heat, it forms into a much more rugged coating than conventional paint, and has a very aesthetically pleasing, durable finish. Sometimes you need more than just traditional powder coating – that’s where Heat Resistant Powder Coating comes in. It’s even more rugged and durable in its ability to resist abrasion and corrosion. Heat Resistant Powder Coating can withstand heat up to 1200°F.