Starter Relay Manufacturer
Offering high quality solenoid solutions.
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Copper Solenoid Contact Bolts
Solid and pure copper Contacts Studs, better electrical conductivity and anti rusting.
Optional Tungsten/silver Contacts
To optimum electrical contact for heavy-duty application, we offer economic Tungsten Contacts
OE Standard Copper Coil
T&X® Starter Relay Coils are wound by machine and to OE standard for enhanced efficiency.
At the time of leaving the factory, every starter relay from T&X has undergone a series of tests for conductivity and overall performance to ensure it conforms to set standards. It ensures customers get quality and perfect starter relays for their automobiles.
The heavy contacts inside T&X® starter relay solenoid are tungsten/silver-made so that they can withstand electrical wear caused by repeated contact. It makes the starter relay last for long without becoming damaged.
When it comes to the ability to withstand a broad range of temperatures, T&X® starter switch relays can operate within the ranges from -30°C to 180°C without failing. It means they can work under any heat or cold environment.
The coils of T&X® relays for starter are entirely wound by machine and to OEM standard for enhanced efficiency.
To protect the from corrosion and wear, the base plates and housing of T&X® Starter Relay Switch are made from robust glass fiber polyamide material.
The contact studs are made from solid and pure copper. It improves the electrical conductivity for efficient transmission of current from the battery to the starter solenoid during ignition.
For protection from damage caused by high water splashes, the housing to the base plates of T&X® starter relays has drip edges for easy draining.
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