The tower of the city hall in Milwaukee (USA) accommodates 4 glass dials with a diameter of 4,6 metres (15 feet).
In 1930, the original dial plates were covered with metal plates, but the administration "National Historical Sites" of Washington D.C. wanted them to be restored in their original state, i.e. as they were in 1895.
We manufactured the special hands and developed and delivered the adapted clock movements for these big dial plates.
The tower also accommodates a bell of 11 tons, provided with a pulled striker. This bell indicates the hour and half hour stroke. The dial plates and the bell are commanded by a user-friendly TEMPORA master clock (with GPS).
Would you like to know more about our clock movements or Tempora master clock? Do not hesitate to contact us.