The Channel Hand Dryer

  • IR Sensor operated
  • Wall-mounted design
  • Marine-grade stainless steel housing
  • Easy maintenance
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Installation Manual




Technical Drawings

Technical Data



Stainless steel grade

AISI 304 Stainless steel

Motor Type

Brush type, dual ball bearings


110 -120 ac; 50/60Hz

Current draw



Class I

Installation Requirements


Channel hand dryers are supplied with 48" of flexible hose, so the dryer motor unit must be fitted within 48" of the head unit, to ensure that the motor air-outlet head can be connected.

Power Supply

A 15A fused supply must be provided for connection to the mains power supply.

Disclaimer: Circuits should only use 80% of their given amperage to prevent overloads. The standard US 120V 15 Amp circuit should only use up to12 of its 15amps.


The Splash Lab Monolith (Series C or D) basin is recommended for use with the Channel range of products. If an alternative basin is used, please confirm with The Splash Lab that there will be no reflection or splash issue.

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The Channel Hand Dryer


This section hosts video guides, common fixes, and spare parts for the TSL.C.060 Channel Hand Dryer, as well as a number of frequently asked questions. For additional inquiries, please reach out to a member of our team.


What sink is best for the Channel system?

Our Monolith Types C and D are designed for use with wall-mounted fixtures such as the Channel System, and this configuration has been rigorously tested for functionality and long wear. However, the Channel is appropriate for use with any sink with similar dimensions, providing installation guidelines are followed.

What is the warranty for The Channel System?

The Channel System carries a one-year warranty for parts and labor.

Why is the Channel Dryer designed to sit over the sink?

The Channel Dryer has a truly innovative design that is more hygienic by twofold than other models. First, the placement of the dryer over the basin eliminates water droplets from the restroom environment, rather than allowing them to fall on the floor, or sit in the basin of a freestanding unit with a drying chamber. Second, wall-mounted fixtures unclutter the basin and counter space, allowing surfaces to be easily wiped dry or sanitized.

What about deck-mounted options?

If your project demands a deck-mounted fixture, our award-winning Ribbon System [LINK] offers the same flow and hygiene benefits of the Channel fixtures.

Where is there Channel system inventory?

All Channel System fixtures ship from our Southern California fulfilment center. Satin finish has a lead time of two weeks; PVD options can take up to four weeks.

How much space between a sensor and sink should I have?

The WELL Standard requires 10″ between the sensor and sink.

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