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The Main Parts of a Wall Clock


Even in today's environment of digital phones, devices and watches it's nice having wall clocks in the house. We have two and I glance at them all the time for the time. Here are 2 great illustrations that show you the anatomy of a wall clock including setting out the different parts of a wall clock.

Wall with several wall clocks on it

Even in today’s environment of digital phones, devices and watches it’s nice having wall clocks in the house. We have two wall clocks which I glance at all the time for the time.  They’re large chrome and white wall clocks (they look really cool).

If you’re interested in understanding the different parts of a wall clock, here are 2 great diagrams that show you the anatomy of a wall clock.

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Diagram illustrating the different parts of a wall clock

Main Wheel: The gear train of a clock.

Escape Wheel: The pendulum or the toothed wheel that rotates in the escapement of a clock.

Minute Hand: The longer hand that indicates minutes.

Hour Hand: The shorter hand that points to the hour.

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Case: The body that houses the components of a clock.

Minutes: The series of bars in the sides of clock that’s used to indicate minutes.

Dial: The face of a clock that tells the hours and minutes through a system of fixed-numbered dial or dials and moving hands in an analog clock.

Face: The part of a clock that’s marked with measurements for units of time.

Hours: The thicker or more pronounced bars in the sides of clock that separates the minutes and used to indicate hours.

Wall Clock interior parts

Main Wheel: The gear train of a clock.

Escape Wheel: The pendulum or the toothed wheel that rotates in the escapement of a clock.

Case: The body that houses the components of a clock.

Minute Hand: The longer hand that indicates minutes.

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Hour Hand: The shorter hand that points to the hour.

Barrel: The cylindrical metal box that powers the mechanical timepiece with a mainspring and a toothed round gear.

Minutes: The series of bars in the sides of clock that’s used to indicate minutes.

Hours: Hours: The thicker or more pronounced bars in the sides of clock that separates the minutes and used to indicate hours.

Face: The part of a clock that’s marked with measurements for units of time.

Dial: The face of a clock that tells the hours and minutes through a system of fixed-numbered dial or dials and moving hands in an analog clock.

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