In the header image graphic, a piston is pictured beside two Lock-In-Tools. Both Lock-In-Tools are part number 927, but one tool is used on spiral locks, the other tool is used on wire locks. The appropriate type of lock specific to each tool is pictured to the front of each Lock-In-Tool. The image has a checkerboard background pattern similiar to that of a checkered flag.
This graphic shows three images. In the first image, a hand is holding a piston with the retainer clip inserted in one side. The first image in sequence signifies the first step of installation. The second image or the middle image shows a persons hands. One hand holds the tool, the other hand is attaching the spiral ring onto the end of the tool preparing for spiral lock insertion. The third and final image shows a closeup of the person's hands inserting the tool into the piston while turning the tool counter-clockwise. This sequence of three images represents the simplicity of using the tool. Simple as 1-2-3!
Conceptual draft of the Lock-In-Tool drawn during the patent application process.
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