Merolla has always provided the utmost respect and professionalism to its customers. We believe that our competence, passion and maximum commitment are essential to produce excellent results.
Our staff is composed of experts as professionalism reflects the company’s attention to quality. Merolla offers the most up to date technology while taking the customers personal needs into account.
Our main objective is to achieve the finest results through a good quality-price ratio while also considering the context and architectural design. Merolla strives to meet the client’s needs and respect commitments and deadlines previously agreed upon.
According to Merolla, the most effective marketing strategy is to fully meet client’s needs and to work in a professional environment. We work with a heart toward aesthetic craftsmanship, and with a desire to work with clients in creating a high-quality instrument of lasting value.
We are greatful for those who have collaborated towards the growth of Merolla over the years while still making improvement a part of everyday priorities. We believe that values such as ethics, sincerity, honesty, fairness, availability, kindness, sympathy, and consistency are highly important to the company and the main way in which to live well and be appreciated by customers all over.
Merolla provides personal assistance and service to their clients at any time within 24 hours from request.
The bell mold is built from the inside out. First a brick-core template is made of the bell’s interior, then layers of clay are applied to it creating what is called the false bell. The false bell is then covered with molten wax, then captions, dates and inscriptions are applied on its well-polished surface.
The surface is then covered with a further layer of clay which form the mantle or shirt of the bell. When the parts are dry, the inside of the core is heated by burning charcoal in the inner part of the bell. The wax melts and then drains out from the mold, leaving the negative inscriptions impressed on the mantle, which is then lifted and placed on the brick core once the false bell has been broken away and removed.
In the inner hollow space where the false bell was created, molten bronze is then poured at a temperature of about 1200 ° C / 2192° F. The metal is filtered with special fine ceramic filters and poured in a swirling motion favoring the separation of solid particles which, by attraction, will adhere to the internal surface of the transit allowing it to not obstruct the original section. Once the slow cooling process ends and once the mold is removed, a new bell comes to life. The last stages are those of finishing and sound testing.
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