It is effective at providing suppressive fire given its lengthy firing duration. It does not require a quick-changing barrel due to the barrel's heat-resistant metal alloy components and computerized thermal transfer system.
It has a high rate of fire and manageable recoil, especially when prone. Just like Shuko K-80 LMG, it becomes more accurate the longer it is fired, but it can cause the barrel to overheat, rendering it inoperable for several seconds.
A mounted variant of the Bianchi is found on Strike at Karkand 2142 and is similar to the infantry version of the weapon, with the main differences being no recoil as well as infinite ammunition.