BCS widens its range of front-disc mowers with the new Rotex Edelweiss, which are more lightweight and compact and hence perfect for alpine use and suitable to be coupled to all types of tractors, including isodiametric and special mountain ones.
Available in a five, six and seven-disc versions with widths cutting up to 2.85 meters, not only do the Rotex Edelweiss machines offer all the improvements of the well-known Rotex Avant NT range, but they are also much more lightweight and compact thanks to the redesigned frame, the transmissions and the control box of the cutter bar, now largely made of light alloy.
Furthermore, the bar is protected both on the front and on the rear by a synthetic layer rather than metal sheeting
, whereas the method for transmissions based on gears in an oil bath
to maximize reliability and minimize maintenance activities remains unchanged.
For the same reason, the clutches and the free wheels which protect the transmissions, work in a closed carter in oil bath and integrated into the control support, placed behind the first disc to reduce the amount of space and make the outflow of the cut forage easier.
The cutter bar is equipped with gears in oil bath and with a safety system against accidental impact supported by disc-holding flanges with breakdown device.
Six types of frames with tractor linkage make the Rotex Edelweiss compatible with all the tractors currently on the market.
A central articulated joint allows the machines to oscillate with respect to the coupling (± 5°), adapting to the morphology of the soils on which they are used. A pin makes it possible to lock it during road transfer.