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In virtually all outdoor, walk behind, power equipment sold in the US,
power is transferred from the engine to the transmission by a belt. At
its best, a belt loses 15% of the engine’s power in the transfer. In
reality, the percentage is much higher. Every BCS tractor, by contrast,
utilizes a spring-loaded, double cone clutch to transfer the engine’s
power. The clutch loses less than 3% of the engine’s power. Because it
is self-adjusting, the clutch maintains this high degree of efficiency
through decades of use.
Many manufacturers couple their belt(s) to transmissions that are
nothing more than more belts and/or chain drive mechanisms. BCS combines
its clutch with super-efficient transmissions of shafts and gears.
The bottom line -- more power delivered to the working end of the tool
means better performance. The BCS tiller easily converts sod into
seedbed; the chipper smoothly chips 3” diameter limbs; the snow thrower
is more like a snow cannon; and the sickle bar mower effortlessly shears
off 1 ½” diameter saplings.
And, because of the all-gear-drive, the BCS is more compact and easier
to handle than its bulky competitors.
All BCS transmissions are precision-made housings, enclosing
heat-treated steel gears and shafts. These shafts are supported by
embedded ball bearings and running in oil bath. Whether it’s the model
710 or 948, the entire BCS line is designed for commercial applications
and decades of reliable service. Divide the price of a BCS tractor and
attachments by its projected life, and you’ll have the lowest cost per
year in the industry, in addition to the best performance.
So why buy a separate power unit for every piece of seasonal, outdoor
power equipment? That would be parallel to a farmer having a separate
tractor for his plow, another for his harrow, and yet another for his
seeder. By combining the tasks performed by just one tractor, the farmer
saves money, minimizes maintenance, and has less to store.
You can now enjoy these same benefits. In just 5 - 10 minutes, rotate
the handlebars, tighten two nuts (or just flip a lever, if you use our
optional quick hitch), and your tiller is now a mower or
chipper/shredder, or snow thrower, ...
BCS’s wide range of attachments and accessories maximizes your ability
to further customize a set of tools for your unique circumstances. If
you’re mowing across steep slopes, widen your wheel base with
easy-to-install axle extensions. If you don’t get too much snow in
winter, use the BCS dozer blade, rather than snow thrower. In short, you
can now have tailor-made, not off-the-rack, solutions to your outdoor
power equipment needs.
“Discover the Beauty of BCS”