BCS 622 Mowers Leaflet
Today, BCS is still synonymous with mowers, thanks in particular to one machine: the mythical 242. It was one of the first engine-driven mowers in the world and in the early 1940s it radically revolutionized the concept of grasscutting which until then had been done by hand or with unwieldy horse-drawn machines. The worthy heir of the first model with an engine is the 622, a machine with a “raised deck structure”, differential gear and independent brakes. The 622 has 4 forward plus one reverse gear and is driven by a 10 hp Lombardini 3LD450 single-cylinder Diesel engine. The cutter bar has been made of special materials suitable for continuous heavy duty. Available with working widths from 127 and 140 cm, it can have low cut fingers and middle cut fingers.