A modern tower wall clock is designed to withstand extreme climate conditions including strong wind load. The hands of the clock dial are driven by an electric clock movement. This movement is, in turn, controlled by a master clock that is usually equipped with a DCF, MSF, JG2AS, WWVB or satellite time code receiver to ensure the highest time precision.
Our experience in restoring dials of antique church tower clocks is vast. Today, modern stainless steel materials are used to build long-lasting clocks. We apply ancient techniques such as 23.75 carat goldleaving on both old and new clocks.
Tower clocks can either be back-lit or equipped with light bulbs or LEDs to mark the hour numerals and the hands at night.
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