The Hausmann & Co. Service Centre is the company’s star operation. Horological expertise has formed part of the Hausmann DNA for over two centuries, representing a factor of strategic value which is guaranteed by the sizeable team of master watchmakers and polishers employed in the workshop, which makes it probably the most famous independent watchmaking workshop in Italy.
We are proud to ensure a state-of-the-art overhaul of a watch, able to make it as good as new. This is because our Service Centre is certified for watch repairs by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier, A. Lange & Söhne, Panerai, Jaeger-LeCoultre, IWC, Breguet, Tudor, Blancpain and is authorized by Vacheron Constantin, Zenith, Tag Heuer, Chanel, Chopard, Longines, F.P. Journe, Parmigiani Fleurier, L. Leroy, Porsche Design, Giuliano Mazzuoli.
As is required for state-of-the-art servicing and in order to comply with the standards laid down by the principal brands authorizing repair work on their watches, great attention is paid to the standards of workmanship. The machinery used is in line with the most advanced technological standards: two machines for ultrasonic cleaning (one for the prewash and one for the final one), chronocomparators to test a watch’s rate, instruments for the testing of water-resistance, both under pressure and under water, polishing, lapping and sand blasting machines to restore cases and bracelets to their original splendour, an engraving machine, a gold plating machine and – finally – integrated software for monitoring the entire overhaul process and simplifying communication with clients.
The master watchmakers’ professionalism is guaranteed not only by the centuries-old name Hausmann & Co., but also by the qualifications deriving from the training and development courses regularly attended at the principal watchmaking companies.
The Hausmann & Co. service workshop numbers several institutions among its clients, which have never ceased over the years to place their trust in the watchmakers’ expertise and ability; these include the Office of the President of the Republic of Italy, and the Holy See.
With its considerable watchmaking expertise, Hausmann & Co. harbours the ambitious goal of consolidating and defending the culture of watchcare. This is one of the reasons why the “Diary” section of this website includes suggestions and tips for using mechanical watches, accumulated over the course of years of
Remind that a watch can be defined “waterproof” only if their water tightness is guaranteed for more than 10 bar pressure/100 metres depth (to know more, see previous tip)… below you can find a list of tips to preserve successfully your watch form the damages caused by water infiltrations: The winding crown is the most…Read more
Extracting the crown means moving it from its winding position to the hands activation position. This operation, quite stressful for the involved mechanisms, should be done gently, without forcing. The ideal way of doing it is inserting the nail of the middle finger between the case and the crown, placing the thumb in contrast on…Read more
Dal nostro Diario: Manutenzione dell'orologio