Chiming pendulum units are components found in certain clocks. Particularly mantel clocks and grandfather clocks. They incorporate both a pendulum and a chime mechanism. These units combine the rhythmic motion of the pendulum with the musical tones of the chime to create an elegant and functional timekeeping device. The pendulum serves as both a timekeeping regulator and a decorative element in clocks. Its rhythmic swinging motion helps regulate the rate at which the clock’s gears turn. Thus ensuring accurate timekeeping. The length of the pendulum typically determines the clock’s beat rate. Longer pendulums have a slower beat and shorter pendulums have a faster beat.