How do we make Alkaline batteries?
Alkaline batteries were first introduced publicly in the 1960s. Of course, like any other product, it took some time for the world to get accustomed to these amazing batteries but now you can find them everywhere! From remote controls to holiday lights and toys, Alkaline batteries are everywhere! You can take a look around and you will find these batteries in various wireless devices. Whether you want disposable batteries or rechargeable ones, get your needs served with us. The basic structure of our alkaline batteries Alkaline batteries have a simple structure. There is a cathode, anode, and some chemicals in between to make the electric charge that you need. To further break it down, here is how we have designed our batteries: Anode: the anodes are usually made out of Zinc Cathode: the cathodes are made with manganese. Separator: we use an ion-conducting separator which is properly socked any alkaline electrolyte. Case: the battery has a metallic case along with the positive terminal. Collector pin: the collector pin of the battery is connected to the negative terminal. Gasket: Separating the negative terminal from the case is very important and the gasket is used to do the job. To stop the batteries from blowing up, it usually has a small vent to release the buildup caused by any malfunctioning. Sizes of Alkaline Batteries: Xinkeli Power as the leading China wholesale alkaline battery manufacturers present a vast range of battery sizes, that includes: AA Cells AAA Cells Button Cells Compared to other batteries, our alkaline batteries offer a higher voltage. When it comes to providing backup power, Alkaline batteries from Xinkeli power take the crown. Popular Application: With a long shelf life and a great performance ratio, our alkaline batteries have found numerous application scopes! These batteries are used when a manufacturer wishes to ship a product with ‘batteries included. They are also very popular backup power sources. Commonly alkaline are definitely a popular choice as they are quite affordable and have a longer life span.