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CLOCK SPECIFIC


Clock Hand Remover • Economy • Indian • G-Shape


Hole Closing Punches, Set of 7


• For clock plates (retracting self centring pin)


• Set of 7 closing punches for worn pivot and shaft holes where re-bushing is inappropriate


• Suitable for small or large clocks with brass plates


Code H32055 Description Clock Hand Remover


Clock Hand Remover, Bergeon 30002


Clock Hand Remover


For clocks and alarm clocks, comes with two blades Large and small.


• Bergeon 30002 • Swiss Made


Bergeon 4126 - Swiss Made Code H0788 Description


Clock Hand Remover, Bergeon 30002


Blade (large) Bergeon 30002A


Clock Hand Remover Replacement Blade - Large


• Bergeon 30002A • Swiss Made


Code H0789 Description Blade (large) Bergeon 30002A


Blade (small) Bergeon 30002B


Clock Hand Remover Replacement Blade - Small


• Bergeon 30002B • Swiss Made


Clock Key Gauge Code H0790 Description Blade (small) Bergeon 30002B


UOM EACH


Price £3.95


UOM EACH


Price £3.95


• 13 Hole Stake • 16 Punches Ø1.40mm to 5.00mm (Flat and Domed plus 2 Hole Closing Punches)


• Wooden Stand (85mm x 120mm) Code


Description P32054


Clock Punches & Riveting Stake Set


UOM EACH Price £33.95 UOM EACH Price £30.95


Clock mainspring winder comprises frame and crank with reversible ratchet device, 3 hooks and one double pin post for coiling spring to desired diameter before fitting. (Vice not included).


• For clock mainsprings for French & German clocks • Uses the barrel arbor to wind the mainspring • With pawl to ensure winding in either direction • Distance between arbor and support is 19mm (see additional image)


• 180 x 100 x 30mm (length x height x width) • 1.5Kg


Instructions for use: • Hook the centre (inside) of the mainspring to the centre shaft arbor


• Hook the outside (the end) of the mainspring to the top shaft support


• Begin to wind in the direction required, lightly pushing down the top shaft to support the coils being formed


• Wind to desired diameter, gradually increasing the force on the top shaft to keep the forming coils tight


• Slide the clock barrel over the coiled mainspring Code


Description M0954 KEY GAUGE


M55239 M55240 M55241 M55242


Bergeon 4126 Clock Mainspring Winder


Double Ended Pin


6mm Hook Attachment 9mm Hook Attachment 12mm Hook Attachment


UOM Price


EACH £136.75 EACH £10.95


EACH £10.95 EACH £10.95 EACH £10.95


Mainspring Winder, Ollie Baker Style


HOLE CLOSING & RIVETING PUNCHES


Hole Closing & Riveting Clock Punches


• For clock plates (retracting self centring pin) • Set of 7 closing punches for worn pivot and shaft holes where re-bushing is inappropriate


• Suitable for small or large clocks with brass plates


698 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER Clock Mainspring Winder - Ollie Baker Style


• Metric Sizes: 1.75mm to 6.00mm • Imperial Numbers: 000 to 15


• Ollie Baker style clock mainspring winder • For both hole and loop end mainsprings • Includes 9 different size mainspring sleeves


UOM EACH


Price £4.95


• Supplied in a wooden box • Weight 155g • Made in India


Punch sizes (locating pin diameter at widest point x punch diameter): • Ø0.90 x 3.30, 1.20 x 3.65, 1.20 x 3.85, 1.65 x 3.90, 1.80 x 4.75, 2.00 x 5.65 & 2.70 x 5.80mm


Code P20879 Description Hole Closing Punches, Set of 7


UOM EACH


Price £24.95 Clock Punches & Riveting Stake Set


• 18 Sizes Code


G32018 Description Clock Key Gauge


UOM Price EACH £11.95


MAINSPRING LET DOWN & WINDERS


Mainspring Winder, Bergeon


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