Originally Posted by flyingbassman5
I don't see how that would be any better than regular high heat paint. Powder coat isn't insulating it so the rock steady temps are more likely due to the smaller drum size and the gauge of the steel.
There are many reasons why manufacturers choose to powder coat their products. These include making the products resistant to chipping and abrasion; providing resistance to chemicals and corrosion; providing a decorative, impact-resistant finish; adding electrical or thermal insulation
; providing resistance to ultraviolet light; and adding sound-deadening properties.