Welcome to our Alkaline Battery store
Batterybank.com is your source for a wide selection of everyday alkaline batteries and rechargable battery power selections. It might be your remote control, smoke alarm, or your kids' toys but they all need batteries. Applications include infrared cameras, telecommunications, Wi-Fi, vibration testing, portable calibration equipment, PLC, security locks, military communications equipment & hotel door locks. We've got them in all sizes from AA, AAA, C cell, D cell and 9 Volt. We've even got special sizes for your garage door opener and key fob. Whatever your need, Batterybank.com has the battery to fill it. Alkaline batteries generate power by a reaction between zinc and manganese dioxide (Zn/MnO2). In an alkaline battery, the anode (positive electrode) is made of zinc powder and the cathode (negative electrode) of manganese dioxide. The most common sizes for alkaline batteries are AA, AAA, C, D, and 9v. Other sizes include 4LR44, N, A23, and A27. Most alkaline batteries have a voltage of 1.5v. Other sizes such as the A23, A27 and 9v batteries are battery assemblies of smaller cells that are 1.5v.
- Our alkaline batteries are of the highest quality available
- We offer very competitive prices on all sizes of alkaline cells
- AA, AAA, 9 volt, C, D
- Remote Controls, toys, garage door openers, watches, flashlights
- Alkaline Batteries for Industrial application: Hotel Door Locks, Wireless microphones.
- We offer alkaline batteries from Duracell Procell, GP, Energizer
On SaleDuracell - Industrial Alkaline D cells
Information about Alkaline Batteries
Alkaline batteries are a smart choice for consumers because they last for a long period of time, perform well at high and low temperatures and have a long storage life. Alkaline batteries can be stored at room temperature for two years and retain 90 percent of their original capacities. According to the U.S. EPA, potassium hydroxide, a strong alkali (a base), is contained within the cells of alkaline batteries. The potassium hydroxide can leak out of the battery cell if they are damaged or mishandled, causing severe chemical burns if the substance comes into contact with your skin or eyes.
- Standard Alkaline – typically used in low to moderate-drain devices like scanners and remote controls
- Premium Alkaline – typically used in high drain devices such as digital cameras and CD players
Mercury use in batteries has been reduced drastically. Newer alkaline batteries contain about one-tenth the amount of mercury previously contained in the typical alkaline battery. Some alkaline batteries have zero-added mercury, and several mercury-free, heavy-duty, carbon-zinc (or zinc-carbon) batteries are on the market.
Because of mercury reduction, some landfill bans of alkaline batteries and recycling programs taking them have ceased. When disposing of household alkaline batteries, it is best to check with your local recycling or Household Hazardous Waste coordinators concerning the specifics of what is and is not accepted.