Thermally sprayed coatings made of polyetheretherketone (PEEK) and polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) are becoming increasingly interesting, especially for corrosion protection applications at elevated temperatures in the chemical industry. In contrast to conventional polymers these materials melt at much higher temperatures. Furthermore, PPS and PEEK show enhanced mechanical and chemical stability. Instead of HVOF and plasma spraying, in this paper much simpler and low-cost flame spraying is used because of these advantages. The polymers are investigated along the entire deposition process in order to exclude possible decomposition. Attempts are made with various adhesive layers to reduce the unacceptably high preheat temperatures. The corrosion protection features are examined by means of corrosion tests with various media. The results of the experiments presented in this paper promise coatings of high performance thermoplasts a great future as anticorrosive coatings. Paper includes a German-language abstract.