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Supacell Digital batteries are developed using the latest advanced technology, providing up to 10 times longer lasting power than ordinary Zinc batteries.

Supacell Digital, independently tested and proven to consistently outperform other brands in high drain devices.

Supacell Power + have been developed for less demanding applications despite the dominance of Alkaline batteries, Zinc Chloride batteries continue to maintain substantial growth within the battery market.

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SUPACELL DIGITAL

Supacell Digital batteries are developed using the latest advanced technology, providing up to 10 times longer lasting power than ordinary Zinc batteries.

Supacell Digital, independently tested and proven to consistently outperform other brands in high drain devices.

  • With alkaline batteries the battery cap and the battery body are made of zinc metal. These components are plated with nickel metal (Ni).
  • The metal rod is welded to the battery cap.
  • A carbon ring is inserted into the top of the battery body.
  • There is an insulating material (normally PTFE, commonly called nylon) that separates the battery cap (anode) from the battery body (cathode).
  • The paper Shroud surrounds the metal rod. This paper shroud absorbs the alkaline electrolyte during production.
  • The chemical added to the battery is Manganese oxide. There must be no contact between the “anode” and “cathode” in the battery unit. The electrolyte comprises an alkaline material.

All of our batteries are cadmium, mercury and lead free. Alkaline batteries are capable of a greater power output than carbon zinc batteries.

SUPACELL POWER +

Supacell Power + have been developed for less demanding applications despite the dominance of Alkaline batteries, Zinc Chloride batteries continue to maintain substantial growth within the battery market.

WITH 0% MERCURY AND CADMIUM, Supacell Power are ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLIER

  • The battery cap is made of Zinc metal.
  • The Carbon rod (Anode) is inserted into the cap so that the contact is very secure.
  • The battery body (Cathode) is made of Zinc metal.
  • This contains an electrolyte composed of Zinc Chloride (ZnCl2). This chemical compound generates the current for the batteries.
  • There is an insulating material (normally PTFE commonly called Nylon) that separates the anode from the cathode.

There must be no contact between the “anode” and “cathode” in the battery unit. The circuit is made externally and the current flows through the whole circuit. The Zinc Chloride forms a weak acidic solution when it is mixed with water.