lock gate

lock gate

[′läk ‚gāt]
(civil engineering)
A movable barrier separating the water in an upper or lower section of waterway from that in the lock chamber.
References in classic literature ?
The lock is just opposite the town, and the first thing that we saw, when we came in view of it, was George's blazer on one of the lock gates, closer inspection showing that George was inside it.
Tenders are invited for ramsgate harbour lock gate equipment replacement and refurbishment project
Tenders are invited for Major repairs /reconditioning to both the leaves of Inner Lock Gate, Indira Dock
Each canal is different and every lock gate has to be individually made.
Tenders are invited for Repairing, Overhauling And Reinstallation Of Lock Gate No.
This work package is Based on Lock 31 Gates on the Forth & Clyde Canal but it is intended that this tender award would apply to future timber lock gate packages and the rates submitted would be used as the basis for costing agreeing a price for future gate fabrications.
In this region, we have 238 km (148 miles) of canal and 268 locks and we will be replacing 12 lock gate leaves in this region alone.
The death of a 2'-year-old child named Mary Ann Taylor in August 1857 from injuries received whilst playing near the canal at Golcar - she was crushed between the balance beam of the Low Lock Gate and the wall.
Tenders are invited for Conversion of surface drain into underground sewer line at Lock Gate Road from the x-ing of B.
Tenders are invited for Conversion of open drain to underground pipe sewer along lock gate road (southern side) from xing of k.
WORK to install a new lock gate at Huddersfield Narrow Canal has turned into a monster job.
Tenders are invited for removal of existing damaged lock gates and fabrication ,supply and errection of upper lock gate and lower lock gates at koderu lock @ km 49.