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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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.
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.