sliding lock

sliding lock

a slot on one shank of obstetric forceps (as in Kjelland forceps) that allows the shanks to move forward and backward independently.

slid·ing lock

(slīd'ing lok)
A slot on one shank of obstetric forceps (as in Kjelland forceps) that allows the shanks to move forward and backward independently.
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With a sliding lock button and sturdy nylon construction on each of the four standard latches, the PowerClaw Latching System is engineered to use compressive force to keep your case closed during the toughest of missions.
The top lever was replaced on some models by a side lever and finally, by a sliding lock unit at the front of the trigger-guard.
The AISI 304 stainless steel adjustable stay enables locking of a lid or door in multiple positions by use of a manually sliding lock lever.
The Salus20 combines an integrated flush-mounted lock with sliding lock cover in a stainless steel IP66 sealed enclosure.
The Salus20 maintains the design theme of the Salus access interlock, combining an integrated flush-mounted lock with sliding lock cover in a stainless steel IP66 sealed enclosure.
QT Series 37-330 ball valxes feature blow-out proof stem: 316 stainless steel ball: reinforced Delrin seat: standard sliding lock handle and NACE-approved, API-compliant, firesafe-approved.
Each heat-resistant case has interior removable sleeves to protect the discs and a sliding lock system to keep it securely closed, yet the contents easily accessible.
In addition, BackAlley's boxes attach to truck beds via a self-aligning, sliding lock mechanism that holds them fast and releases them at the push of a button.
Construction is in rugged zinc die or reinforced polyamide with robust sliding lock cover in large and small swinghandle sizes to suit 130mm or 105mm panel cut-outs.
The classic D-shaped PowerLock design was introduced in 1963 with the world's first coilable spring and sliding lock, which continue to be the core of modern day designs.
Deadbolts provide better security than sliding locks because they can't be opened without a key.
This report covers: bored locks, mortise locks, rim locks and sliding locks