Bell & Strike Control
Clock tower bells are usually rung by both the clock mechanism and by bell ringers. When the bells are being rung by the ringers, the routine is to pull the bell hammer(s) away from the bell and hold them during ringing to ensure that no damage is caused by ringing conflicting with the clock striking. The Bell Strike Control pulls the bell hammer away from the bell using an electric actuator. This process is controlled either by a time switch or a manual override switch.
The actuator, time control and low voltage power supply is supplied in the form of a simple kit. It is usually straightforward to install but we can arrange for an installer to quote you for installation if necessary.