130 / 131 Series

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132-071 Clock Movement Installation instructions for a new 132-071 bought from Clockworks. Remove the minute hand by taking off the hand nut. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to gently turn the nut to the left. Once it is loose, you will be able to remove it with fingers. Once the hand nut is off, the minute hand will… View Product

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turned_in_not130 / 131 Series

Hermle 132-071 clock movement is now equipped with a Swiss platform escapement. The quality of this escapement is much improved from the past and easier to time than ever. This ships bell strike clock movement is the only one in production in today’s world. There is no other ships bell clock movement in either mechanical or quartz other than this… View Product

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turned_in_not130 / 131 Series

The 132-071 has a platform escapement. This means is it has a balance wheel rather than a pendulum. When adjusting the timing lever it pushes or pulls the hairspring on the balance wheel. This manipulates the speed of the balance wheel oscillations and therefore the speed of the time. It is done with the lever that sticks out of the… View Product

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turned_in_not130 / 131 Series

If a Hermle clock doesn’t keep proper time, the pendulum may be incorrect. To determine if this is the problem, measure all of the components of the pendulum. Hermle clock pendulum measuring is extremely important. Often enough the CM length stamped on the movement is not the actual pendulum length. Certainly, the CM stamp provides valuable information, however it does… View Product

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Hermle clock movement 130 – 131 is a round unit with a 90mm plate size diameter. They all take a size 4 clock key (not included), they come oiled and ready to go. The most compact movement produced in the Hermle clock movement line. They fit into the tightest of spaces and come in either pendulum units or balance units…. View Product