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Slide-Loc® Quick Release Lever
also Quick Release Latch, or Quick Release Fastener
Our latest evolution is to take on the meek and humble thumbscrew & wingnuts... often a thorn for users... and replace it with what can only be described as a massive leap forward. The Patent Pending lever replaces the need for many  thumbscrews, conventional fasteners. Additionally alleviating the need for undersized bulkheads, many complex machined lids, inconvenient release and locking of equipment, & better preserves the integrity of the gasket when needed.
For use in a variety of applications where simplicity, durability, strength, & corrosion resistance are needed.
  • Simple with fast release and re-attachment.​​
  • Quality 316 stainless steel & titanium studs along with anodized aluminum levers.
  • Able to retrofit existing equipment.​
  • Consistent attachment pressure.​
  • Eliminates shear force on gaskets.​​​
  • Doesn't swell like nylon and bind threads.​​​
  • Simple pressure adjustment.​​
  • Adjustment tool built in.
  • Comfortable on the hands.
  • Utilizes tensioning force (stretching) vs. the less mechanically sound torsion force (rotating).
  • More forgiving on lining up parts.
  • Dimensions: 2.25 x 0.81"
  • Engineered in the U.S.A.


Manufacturers & Inventors:

Are you a manufacturer/inventor looking to integrate our designs? Lets connect and discus your project needs and if there are any special design requirements.

Aquarium Compatibility Guide:

US Standard 1/4-20
  • Avast
  • Bashsea
  • BioTek
  • Geo
  • Lifereef
  • MRC
  • Nextreef
  • Pax Bellum
​Metric M5
  • AquaMaxx (Lids)
Metric M6
  • AquaMaxx (Other Parts)
Metric M8
  • ClariSea
  • Reef Octopus
  • Tunzi
  • Bubble Magus
  • Icecap
  • Lifegard

Drilling Instructions:

(Not needed for most devices)

  • Stepping Drill Bit & Drill
  • Can drill a 7/16" or 11mm hole
Optional Tools Needed:
  • Drill Press
  • Laser
  • CNC Router
  • Drill from underside of the lid first.
  • Go slow, don't force.
  • Best to clamp down your lid when drilling.
  • Widening the hole is preferred for most, you can also make your own key hole by drilling off to the side of your existing hole and letting them overlap. This is difficult.
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