NEW – SST – Non Display Timer for Paid or Free Vacuums

  • Save 10% on your order until December 31, 2020 – Use code SST10 at checkout
  • B&C Part Number: 99-1055
  • Designed to Work With Stand Alone Vacuums and Other Like Equipment
  • Easy to Install – Requires One Technician
  • Works Seamlessly in FREE or Paid Modes
  • Controls up to 3, 6 Amp Motors
  • 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty

$104.99

Description

The Self Serve Timer (SST) is the newest release from B&C Electronic Engineering. Designed to work with stand alone vacuums, this timer can be set for multiple timing configurations, including a FREE mode. The advanced design controls up to 3, 6 Amp motors found in many modern vacuums.

All B&C Electronic Engineering products are made from high-quality parts right here in the US. We repair what we sell, and are proud of our Colorado-based Customer Service Department, where Technicians are available from 8 am to 4 pm MST by calling 303.777.3388 (except holidays.

Warranty Information: This OEM product purchased directly from B&C Electronic Engineering comes with a 24-month comprehensive warranty against manufacturer’s defects from the date of shipping. This Warranty covers hardware and software. Modification to any part of the OEM product, or noticeable physical damage voids all Warranty claims. It is recommended that when you receive your OEM product, you test it in your equipment as soon as possible to confirm function in your equipment.

FAQs

Q: What type of equipment does the SST work with?

A: The new SST timer from B&C works well with stand alone vacuums that are commonly found in car washes across the globe. It can also be used to control the timing of wash bays. The non-display timer can control up to 3, 6 AMP motors at once. The advanced design eliminates the need for a bulky heat sink, which in turn allows for longevity and ultimately a 2-year manufacture’s warranty.

Q: Where is the SST made?

A: The SST timer is proudly made right here in the USA. Our facility is in the heart of Denver Colorado where we design, manufacture and assemble the entire timer. This allows us to support the American economy and control the quality of the manufacturing process.