Panasonic Touts Lead-Free PDPs

Taylor, Colleen
November 2006
Electronic News;11/6/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 45, p59
Trade Publication
The article reports on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co's. and its brand Panasonic's claim that they have eliminated lead in plasma display panels (PDP) used as the central picture component in its plasma television (TV) sets and plasma modules. Non-use of lead content for manufacturing PDPs began with Panasonic's new plasma TV lineup launched in Europe and U.S. Matsushita said it has now successfully completely avoided the use of lead oxide glass by developing new materials.


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