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Mechanical Hand Towel Dispensers

Mechanical Auto-Cut Roll Towel Dispenser Black



Mechanical Hand Towel Dispensers

Mechanical Auto-Cut Roll Towel Dispenser Blue



Mechanical Hand Towel Dispensers

Mechanical Auto-Cut Roll Towel Dispenser White


The Mechanical Hands Free Roll Towel Dispenser from North Shore has a large capacity and requires less manual maintenance, making it perfect for busy areas.

The single sheet presentation is designed to deliver exceptional hygiene performance by minimizing unnecessary contact.

Experience a premium washroom experience with the stylish flat sheet presentation, available in three different colours, White, Blue or Black.

Manual Roll Towel Dispenser Features

  • Measured sheet length that will reduce waste
  • Simple to use stub roll transfer ensures zero waste & maximum cost efficiency
  • Designed for simple refilling
  • No touch dispensing – you only touch the paper you use
  • Paper roll kept locked, clean and protected until needed

How to load a North Shore Roll Towel Dispenser

Loading a North Shore Roll Towel Dispenser can vary depending on the specific model you have, but I can provide you with general steps that should help you load most roll towel dispensers. Be sure to consult the user manual that came with your specific dispenser for detailed instructions, as different models may have slight variations in their loading process.

Here are the general steps to load a North Shore Roll Towel Dispenser:

  1. Open the Dispenser: Locate the dispenser’s access panel or cover. This is usually on the front or top of the dispenser. Depending on the model, you may need to use a key or release button to open it.
  2. Remove the Empty Roll: If there is an empty roll or any remaining paper towels on the spindle, remove them from the dispenser.
  3. Prepare the New Roll: Unwrap the new roll of paper towels, and make sure the loose end of the roll is accessible and can be pulled from the outer.
  4. Insert the Roll: Insert the new roll onto the spindle inside the dispenser. Ensure that the roll rotates smoothly on the spindle. Slotting in the spindle into the 3 notches in the roll. The roll can only fit one way.
  5. Thread the Towel: Pull the loose end of the paper towel through the dispensing mechanism. Follow any guides or threading instructions provided by the manufacturer. This may involve threading the towel through a slot or around a roller and pushing on the bar below.
  6. Close the Dispenser: Once the roll is loaded and the towel is threaded correctly, close the access panel or cover securely. Make sure it latches or locks in place.
  7. Test Dispensing: Pull on the exposed paper towel to test the dispensing mechanism. It should tear the towel cleanly from the roll. If not, adjust the towel’s threading or consult the user manual for troubleshooting.
  8. Dispose of the Wrapping: Properly dispose of the wrapper or packaging material from the new roll.
  9. Lock or Secure the Dispenser (if applicable): Some dispensers have locking mechanisms to prevent tampering or unauthorized access. If your dispenser has a lock, make sure to secure it.
  10. Check for Proper Operation: After loading the roll, periodically check the dispenser to ensure it continues to dispense towels correctly. If you notice any issues, refer to the user manual for troubleshooting tips.

Remember that the specific steps may vary depending on the model of your North Shore Roll Towel Dispenser, so always refer to the user manual or any instructions provided by the manufacturer for precise guidance.