The Ribbon Faucet

  • Touch-free Ribbon Sensor
  • Award winning design
  • Easy maintenance
  • Anti-rotational fixing
  • ADA and LEED compliant
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Technical Drawings

Technical Data


3lb 5oz

Stainless Steel Grade

AISI 304 Stainless steel

Sensor Range

Preset 5” (adjustable). Min range 2 1/2” - Max range 16”

Power Supply - Mains

Input: 100 - 240V; 50 - 60Hz; 1.5AOutput: 6v DC, 1A, 6W max.
Waterproof connection to sensor lead


3 years parts and 1 year labor (from date of purchase)

Installation Requirements

Power Supply

The Ribbon tap system is provided with the means for either battery or mains power supplies.
North American mains systems are fitted with a NEMA 1-15 plug suitable for 120V supply. European systems are provided with WAGO connectors to accept 2 core power cables from 240V mains supply. If the WAGO connectors are not used, it is recommended that the cable ends are remade as not all mains connection terminals will accept soldered cables.

Flow Rates

Different flow rates may need to be achieved. The Splash Lab offer a number of flow regulators which can be used in conjunction with the Ribbon Tap system (see installation guide or contact The Splash Lab for more information).

Water Temperature

The Ribbon Tap System does not come equipped with temperature control. Premixed water must therefore be supplied separately.

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The Ribbon Faucet


This section hosts video guides, common fixes, and spare parts for the TSL.R.020 Ribbon Faucet, as well as a number of frequently asked questions. For additional inquiries, please reach out to a member of our team.


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

The WELL Standard requires 10″ between sensor and sink.

Do you have a battery option for the Ribbon system?

Yes, an additional battery power option is available for purchase for the Ribbon Faucet. The dryer requires mains power.

How will my users tell which product is which?

While rigorous testing has determined the Ribbon’s 1-2-3 system and graduated fixture heights to create an intuitive flow, etched symbology for each event (soap, water, and air) is available as an add-on. These easy-to-interpret icons reinforce the already straightforward process.

What sink is best for the Ribbon system?

Our Monolith Types A and B are designed for use with deck-mounted fixtures such as the Ribbon System, and this configuration has been rigorously tested for functionality and long wear. However, the Ribbon is appropriate for use with any sink with ample installation space.

Why is the Ribbon Dryer more hygienic than other options?

The Ribbon Dryer has a truly innovative design that is more hygienic by twofold than other models. First, the dryer incorporates a HEPA filter to ensure that the hands are exposed to the purest possible air. Second, 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.

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