HGS12

HGS12

Manual slider with lock paw in-built in low cost level, high commonality of interface dimension and assembly method, and competitiveness in price.

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Manual slider with lock paw in-built in low cost level, high commonality of interface dimension and assembly method, and competitiveness in price.

single sliding force (N) 15-58N;
unlock operating force (N) 10-68N;
forward/backward static strength
KN)≥20KN;
forward travel limiter strength (N) 5900N;
rearward travel limiter strength (N) 4000N.

Outer rail shapes like an inward flange U, inner rail like a "". Two rails are connected by 4 lines of steel balls to achieve slider to be fixed in both left/right and up/down directions, and sliding firmly in front/back directions. Normally, four teeth designed at lock paw to engage with two lines of teeth on outer rail to achieve slider lock. When unlock the slider, give the operating bar a upward lift, connecting bracket will drive latch paw rotate around the shaft until four teeth move away from two teeth lines to achieve slider unlock.