ZINC CARBON batteries: widely used worldwideZinc carbon batteries
have a long history and are widely used worldwide. It's a simple and reliable technology that provides economical power in terms of cost per hour for low drain appliances. Thanks to the comprehensive product line-up, there's always a suitable battery for your needs with an excellent price versus quality ratio. Panasonic ZINC CARBON batteries are a very reliable source of power for devices that consume little energy. Typical applications include clocks, TV remote controls, smoke detectors and led torches. This because a ZINC CARBON battery provides less energy than alkaline batteries. That's why you should use alkaline batteries for devices which require more energy such as tooth brushes, toys and game consoles.
Less impact on the environment
Originally, in order to maintain quality and get a better performance, ZINC CARBON batteries utilized mercury, cadmium and lead. All of which impact severely on the environment. Panasonic managed to eliminate mercury in 1989 and cadmium in 1991 out of its Zinc carbon batteries. But the difficulties in mass production of unleaded batteries prevented the development of a no-added-lead product for a long time.
Panasonic, keeping in mind the increasing environmental awareness of its customers, tried out one innovation after another, from selection of alternative materials and the combination ratio with zinc, to zinc can processing methods. Finally, an independent technology achieving both good performance and mass productivity was successfully established in 2012. The high-reliability, 0% Pb added Zinc Carbon batteries are now on sale in more than 100 countries and regions globally.
ZINC CARBON battery benefits
Why choose for the ZINC CARBON batteries
? They are ideal for your low drain devices, because they have an excellent price/quality ratio and they combine simple and reliable technology. But do you have appliances like game consoles, toys or flash cameras? Then you should choose the alkaline batteries from Panasonic.