The conditions of the Cathedral of San Pedro Sula are improving
Date: January 08, 2015
After three years of inactivity the bells of the Cathedral of San Pedro Apostle in the city of Sula have finally been restored. The Belltron dealer, Franco Sgammini has yet again striked goal in the heart of the most dangerous city in the world. Mr. Sgammini has more than 38 years of experience in the renovation of bells and tower clocks. He has completed more than 700 jobs in churches and cathedrals in Italy and Honduras. In an Honduran newspaper interview Mr Sgammini states that "the Cathedral San Pedro will be equipped with the most advanced bell system in Latin America. Thanks to a digital bell system made by Belltron and connection to the network, the system allows the programming of the bells of the Cathedral of San Pedro Sula to be made at any time and from any part of the world. "
The sacristan of the Cathedral, Mr Cardinal says: "We are very happy because, thanks to God and to the people who have worked to restore and put in motion the bells, the bell chimes can now play and mark the time in the city as well as re-calling all the Catholic people to the church functions. Furthermore, the bells can be used at any time to alert the city of any natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods or fires. "
The bells are operated by the Belltron rotating motor system connected to hammers of the BL series. Programming of the bell sounds is made according to the requirements of the parish priest and thanks to the versatile, high performance of the Belltron DMC-870 bell controller.