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The National Carbon Company, Inc. was founded in 1881 by W. H. Bourton and Willis H. Masters in Cleveland, Ohio. Its industry is chemicals and materials science and its headquarters is in Parma, Ohio. It merged with Thomson-Houston , Standard Carbon , and Faraday Carbon in 1890. It merged with the Union Carbide Company in 1917 and it was known as the Carbon Products Division of Union Carbide.

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SUBSIDIARIES

PLANTS

  • Montreal, Quebec
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • New York City, New York
  • San Francisco, California

COMPANY NAMES

  • Boulton Carbon Company (1881-1886)
  • National Carbon Company (1886-1917)
  • Carbon Products Division of Union Carbide (1917-1989)
  • UCAR Carbon Company (1989-2002)
  • GrafTech International Holdings, Inc. (2002-present)

PRODUCTS

  • "Columbia" Arc Carbons
    • General Arc Light Carbons
    • Photo-Engraving Carbons
    • Photographic Carbons
    • Projector Carbons
    • Searchlight Carbons
  • "Columbia" Carbon Packing Rings
  • "Columbia" Caustic Soda Signal Cells
  • "Columbia" Circuit Breaker Contacts
  • "Columbia" Dry Batteries
    • Gray Label Telephone Cells
    • Ignitor Cells
    • No. 1461 6-volt
    • No. 1562 7½-volt
    • No. 1662 9-volt
    • Steel Case "Hot Shot" Batteries
  • "Columbia Pyramid" Automotive Brushes
  • "Columbia Pyramid" Brushes
    • Carbon
    • Graphite
    • Metal-Graphite
  • "Columbia" Rheostat Discs
  • "Columbia" Welding Carbons
    • Paste
    • Plates
    • Rods
  • "Eveready" A-B Battery Pack
  • "Eveready" Air-Cell Battery
  • "Eveready" Extra Long Life Battery (No. 950)
  • "Eveready" Flashlights
    • Boy Scout Model
    • Electric Candle Model
    • Marionette
    • No. 2617
  • "Eveready" Hearing-Aid Battery (No. 1005E)
  • "Eveready" Miniature Mazda Lamps
  • "Eveready" Radio Batteries
    • Dry Cell "A" Batteries
    • Radio "B" Batteries
    • Storage "A" Batteries
  • "Eveready" Super-Layerbilt Battery (Made Eveready batteries from 1914-1917)
  • "National Carbon" Electrodes
  • "National" Resistor Carbons
  • "Red Top Columbia" Igniter Cells

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