Aaron Sipple Enterprises, LLC

Sipple's Engineered Coatings

 

 Why have ASE ceramic coat your products?

 

We coat Blower housings, Rotors, Fuel pumps, Turbos, Pistons, Headers and much more!

 

Two of the most common applications for automotive ceramic coatings involve exhaust manifolds and headers. A ceramic coating applied to a manifold or header will provide increased resistance to corrosion, such as rust, and lower the rate of heat loss, resulting in greater power output.  When applied to internal headers, these coatings increase the speed of the exhaust gas and reduce overall turbulence by providing a smoother surface. Some other automotive components commonly coated with ceramics include:
 
Cylinder Heads: Applying a ceramic coating to a combustion chamber’s cylinder head and exhaust ports helps circulate exhaust gas at a faster pace while providing a more intense burn in the chamber. This coating can also improve thermal transfer between the gas and the cylinder head, and an additional heat dispersal coating can help cool the head.
 
• Pistons: A piston can be made more efficient with a ceramic coating, which improves the device’s heat reflection and transfers part of the detonation energy into the fuel burning phase. This can result in higher fuel burning efficiency and reduced carbon accumulation, which in turn makes detonation more effective.
 
• Piston Skirts: Coated piston skirts provide a dry sliding surface for engine startup, and feature increased resistance to abrasion and scratching while moving within the engine block. A ceramic coating can also be layered on the piston ring to reduce friction and enhance wear resistance between the ring and the cylinder’s inner surface.
 
• Intake Manifolds: An intake manifold with an interior ceramic coating exhibits a lower level of heat penetration and a cooler mixture of air and fuel. Applying an oil dispersing coating to the bottom of the manifold can also lower heat transfer between the oil and the intake.
 
Ceramic coatings are often available in specific formulations designed to focus on thermal resistance, friction reduction, corrosion resistance, or oil shedding. These specialized coatings can be used to deliver a particular material characteristic without compromising the rest of the component’s properties. 

 

 

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Coated ready to be installed

 

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It's a very time consuming process, coats are applied then wet sanded

to cut in the low spots then after multiple coats of doing this a 

final coat to seal it all up, as you can see the low spots in this case

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The rotor to the left is finished coated compared to the right rotor

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Freash out of the oven

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