Wire and Cable

14 November 2013 Written by 
Published in Wire and Cable

Improving performance, reducing time-to-market

If you have a difficult wire or cable problem, we can solve it quickly. We offer a wide range of proven off-the-shelf cable solutions for industrial, military, medical and renewable energy applications. And for the last 45 years, OEMs and cable assemblers with aggressive time-to-market requirements have called on C&M to design and manufacture custom wire and cable.

Cable Manufacturing and Materials Expertise

C&M operates an ISO-certified manufacturing facility with state-of-the-art equipment such as nitrogen-injected extruders and planetary cablers.

C&M works with a full ranging of shielding, insulation and jacketing material systems. All C&M cables are RoHS compliant, and we offer a variety of low smoke and zero halogen options. Our portfolio of materials includes common and advanced thermoplastics, including:

  • PVC and PVC alloys
  • Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE)
  • Polyethylene,
  • Polypropylene
  • Fluorinated elastomers (FEP)
  • Proprietary elastomeric alloy (Duralon)

At C&M, we know that quality is important to you. We offer comprehensive electrical, mechanical and flex life testing services. We also provide a burn chamber and C-Track unit on site.

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Corporate Headquarters

C&M Corporation
349 Lake Road
Dayville, CT 06241
+(1) 860 774 4812
+(1) 860 831 1978
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About C&M Corporation

C&M Corporation designs and manufactures world-class wire and cable, cable assemblies and coil cords.  With the ability to engineer and produce custom cable products quickly, C&M helps our customers minimize their technical and supply chain risks.