San Jamar's Tear-N-Dry™ towel dispenser is a simple and hygienic way to provide paper towels, consistently and on-demand. Because paper is always available, there is no need to touch a dirty wheel to force paper out, ensuring a hygienic handwashing experience.
This unit dispenses a standard 10" portion of paper without wait every time, saving money and reducing waste. The dispenser holds one 8" wide roll up to 8-1/2" in diameter (with 1-1/2" core), an inexpensive and widely available paper size. It will also accommodate 4" stub rolls. This dispenser will dispense any paper quality, including low basis weight and high absorbent paper. The Tear-N-Dry™ has the longest battery life in the industry (up to one year), dispensing 90 to 100 800-foot rolls with just four D-size alkaline batteries (not included). This equates to 86,400 to 96,000 hand dries (based on 10" portion). Constructed of break resistant plastic.
Country of Origin
Made in USA
Manufacturer Part Number
15-1/2" h. x 13" w. x 9" d.
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Touchless Paper Towel Dispensor Review by oldhommer
You look at this item expensive to run say the least. Here what I did and it works just fine I use Premium Battery AA rechargeable battery with D battery adapter. Works perfect. Takes only 15 minutes to recharge battery and I never run out of battery power. I think any rechargeable battery 1.2 volt will work just fine as long as they are D size or will fit D size adapter. Other words don't try C battery or AAA they won't work. I had my dispenser for about 10 years now and works perfect. (Posted on 2/24/2014)
Fantastic product Review by hookem
Just a really good product. We use five of these at our bar. No waving your hand in front of it and no overuse of towels. A little pricey, but considering it's much more sanitary than other dispensers, that can be overlooked. (Posted on 11/7/2008)
Grea t product Review by JJ
I purchased one of these for my kitchen and the employees just love it. A much more common sense way to make sure we maintain sanitary conditions. (Posted on 3/21/2008)