Rayovac® – industrial-strength alkaline batteries powering America since 1906.

Rayovac® Batteries are the #1 brand used in the hospitality industry.
The 7-year shelf life batteries are individually date coded to ensure freshness,
and packed in bulk in a strong plastic case which is easy to carry and easy to use.

Did you know?
What are the differences between battery types?
In simple terms, batteries come in two basic types: single-use and rechargeable.
Single-use batteries, also known as primary batteries, have one life cycle and must be replaced when drained. Examples include alkaline, carbon-zinc, lithium, silver-zinc and zinc air.
Rechargeable batteries, also known as secondary batteries, can be recharged and used repeatedly. Examples of rechargeable batteries include Nickel Metal Hydride (NiHM), Nickel Cadmium (NiCd), Lithium Ion (LiIon) and Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries.
Preventing Battery Leakage

  • Promptly remove dead or weak batteries from devices.
  • Never mix old and new batteries in a device. Battery leakage may occur.
  • Replace all batteries in a device at the same time.
  • Never mix battery types in a device. Battery leakage may occur. Examples of battery types are alkaline, heavy duty, rechargeable, NiMH.
  • Remove batteries from any device that will be stored for long periods of time.


  • Store batteries in a cool, dry location.
  • Remember, batteries are like any other chemical system. Heat will accelerate the chemical reaction and shorten cell life. Avoid storing batteries or battery-operated devices in extremely warm places or other temperature extremes.
  • Keep batteries in their original package until you are ready to use them.