Diesel Technic gives an overview of one of the company’s starters

The starter can withstand extreme climatic conditions and covers an ambient temperature range from -30 °C to +60 °C. To ensure a long service life and optimal function, all the individual parts of the starter are made of high-quality materials. Markings on the housing make clear identification and traceability possible.

What is a starter?

Starters are used in internal combustion engines to start them under all operating and environmental conditions. The starter brings the engine to the required starting speed and supports start-up of the engine after the starting process until it runs completely by itself.

To start an internal combustion engine, two electromagnets of various strength acting in parallel are activated in the magnetic switch via an auxiliary relay when the ignition key is turned in the starter. The magnets move the starter pinion, which tightens a pressure spring in the magnetic switch. The pinion locks into the flywheel of the engine and the magnetic switch closes the contact to the starter motor and starts it. The starter motor armature accelerates the flywheel and thus the crankshaft of the internal combustion engine via a planetary gear and the pinion until it runs independently and the ignition key is released.

DT Spare Parts starter 1.21760

The starter 1.21760 meets the high-quality and safety standards of the automotive industry.

The starter can withstand extreme climatic conditions and covers an ambient temperature range from -30 °C to +60 °C. To ensure a long service life and optimal function, all the individual parts of the starter are made of high-quality materials. Markings on the housing make clear identification and traceability possible.

Product details

Power: 5.5 kW
Voltage: 24 V
Number of teeth: 12
Weight: 9.5 kg

Construction of starter

  1. Pinion
  2. Front housing
  3. Auxiliaryv relais
  4. Magnetic switch
  5. Fork
  6. Overrunning clutch
  7. Planetary gear
  8. Armature
  9. Commutator
  10. Back ball bearing
  11. Field coil
  12. Carbon brushes with temperature sensor
  13. Housing field coil
  14. Back bearing housing

Brand Portrait DT Spare Parts:
The brand DT Spare Parts from Germany stands for a complete range with around 40 000 automotive parts and accessories with guaranteed quality and comprehensive service offerings. The consistent orientation towards original quality of the original equipment and the continual further development of the services have made the DT Spare Parts brand what it is today – a leading product brand in the automotive industry as an alternative to original parts of the manufacturer brands. Customers’ long-term trust in the brand is rewarded – with a 24 month brand warranty, which is completely unique in the face of the complete range.

Brand Portrait SIEGEL Automotive:
SIEGEL Automotive is a product brand of Diesel Technic SE, Germany. The brand offers around 1 000 reliable automotive parts and accessories at attractive prices for economical repair and maintenance. The SIEGEL Automotive range of products includes spare parts for the body and cabin, lighting and electrical equipment as well as for other product groups. The solid service is rounded off with a 12-month brand warranty.

Company Portrait Diesel Technic:
Diesel Technic is one of the largest suppliers of automotive parts and accessories and was founded in Germany in 1972. With the product brands DT Spare Parts and SIEGEL Automotive, Diesel Technic provides the trade with the opportunity to meet all the demands of the market at all times. The core competence of Diesel Technic is to develop brand spare parts in guaranteed quality for various requirements and to ensure a worldwide supply of spare parts for DT Spare Parts and SIEGEL Automotive products. Distribution partners and their workshop customers in over 150 countries value Diesel Technic’s expertise as a reliable full-service partner that keeps their business and vehicles moving. Besides the corporate headquarters in Germany, the Diesel Technic Group includes subsidiaries in France, The Netherlands, Spain, Great Britain, Italy, Dubai/U.A.E. and Singapore. Worldwide, the Diesel Technic Group employs more than 650 people from 30 countries.

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