About BKC Products Ltd

BKC specialise in providing engineered solutions and improvements to power transmission, conveying, and general machine applications.

We work closely with our customers and are regularly commissioned to re-design existing applications or to re-engineer components and systems. Our knowledge of state of the art materials and cutting-edge technologies combine to improve overall efficiencies and productivity.

The workability and feasibility of all solutions are thoroughly investigated, and created in our virtual CAD environment before becoming a reality.

Every project undertaken can vary in size or requirement and is dealt with proficiently and professionally.

Individual projects have exceeded 1.5 million Euros in value, which bears testament to our customers’ confidence in the skills and expertise of BKC. We offer bespoke solutions to industry across a wide range of industry sectors, this can vary from the simplest of packaging processes, to aircraft elevators on warships.

Our broad portfolio incorporates single component design – through to full application concept, design, manufacture, build, and install.

When working with BKC, you will fully appreciate the sheer passion and dedication applied to every project, large or small.

A centre of excellence – with a team that cares.


Rotalube Patent granted

US patent granted to BKC for Rotalube® invention, adding to the other patents for this unique chain lubrication system.

By |October 18th, 2013|Categories: News|0 Comments

Large Pitch Conveyor Chain – a solution provided in record time.

BKC where delighted to be able to provide our customer with a 152.4mm pitch 420kN chain in record time. Working closely with our customer and understanding our customers needs BKC where able to bring the delivery period down by 5 weeks thus ensuring continuity of work by planning the chain replacement, preventing catastrophic failure and loss of production. BKC - [...]

By |August 18th, 2009|Categories: News|0 Comments

Major Food Machine Refurbishment Project Awarded To BKC

One of the largest North West bakeries has awarded a major refurbishment project to BKC. The objective of the project is to improve the efficiencies of a large food processing machine, this will enable Clayton Park Bakeries to expand and increase market share. BKC will bring in one of its engineering partners, Optima Engineered Solutions Ltd., to redesign the electronics [...]

By |June 18th, 2009|Categories: News|0 Comments

Large Lifting Chain Order Supplied in Demanding Circumstances

BKC have been awarded a major contract to supply lifting chains by one of the largest particle board manufacturers in the UK. The chains, used in a key stage of the manufacturing process, were supplied in extremely demanding circumstances. The four chain where 24 metres in length, 2" pitch duplex and supplied within 7 days. Couriered into the UK from [...]

By |April 18th, 2009|Categories: News|0 Comments

Association with Altec UK

BKC are delighted to announce their association with Altec UK, headed by Alan Longshaw their design prowess is at the forefront of chain technology. The combination of our two companies working together is quite simply one of the strongest problem solving teams in the world. We are pushing chain design to new levels.

By |February 18th, 2009|Categories: News|0 Comments

HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales Aircraft Carriers

BKC working with KettenWulf have been awarded the contract to supply the lifting chains and sprockets for the two new aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. This contract, whilst prestigious, is the largest order BKC have been awarded to date. The chain alone weighs 85 tonnes… a sizable solution…

By |June 8th, 2008|Categories: News|0 Comments

Chains & Sprockets Contract for Australian Navy

As a result and reward to our innovative, professional proposal and product offering for HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales;  BKC have secured the contract to supply lifting chains and sprockets for two helicopter warships destined for the Australian Navy. The trust placed in BKC to supply is massive - similar in size to the chain and sprockets, [...]

By |May 18th, 2008|Categories: News|0 Comments

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