Who are we?

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Blue Ridge Wire & Cable was founded in 2014 by Gary White. Gary’s career in the wire and cable business started in 1966 when he worked for Canada Wire and Cable Montreal on the Order Desk. Spent a year working for Union Electric Supply as a wire and cable Buyer then two years in Inside Sales at Turmac Industries (now Anixter Canada). From 1972 through 2011 Gary worked for three privately owned Canadian wire and cable distributors. Retired at the beginning of 2012 and volunteered singing and playing Guitar for the Geriatric patients at a local Hospital in Ottawa. Decided to get back in the wire business and founded Blue Ridge Wire & Cable as an Agent for several wire and cable manufacturers. We are an Agent for American Wire and Cable, Condumex Inc., and Thermal Wire and Cable. The companies we represent sell exclusively through Electrical Distributor.

For over 60 years Condumex has built a history of technological
competence and has established itself as a leader in the development of electrical wire & cable solutions for low, medium, high and extra high voltage systems. For the Mining industry, Condumex has applied its expertise in the development of their Securityflex brand of SHD-GC Mining Cables.
In 2015 Condumex engaged CIDEC, the research and development centre of Grupo Carso (Condumex’s parent company) to conduct a third party lab
evaluation of the mechanical properties and performance of Condumex’s SHD-GC and those of two leading competitors. Condumex’s jackets are Molten Eutectic Salt cured (Pressurized Liquid Salt Continuous Vulcanization) and the competitor’s jackets were Lead Mold cured and CV (Continuously Vulcanized steam cured).
The purpose of this paper is to describe the physical and mechanical tests that were performed  and show the results of the evaluation program and the superior position of Condumex Securityflex SHD-GC Cable. Please let us know if you would like to receive a copy of Condumex’s White paper dated December 2015 and a copy of their catalogue sheet on SHD-GC.


American Wire & Cable has 60 years of dedication supplying insulated lead-wire. Commitment and focus today are stronger than ever. The wire mill processes copper to manufacture 22 through 4 AWG conductor in various stranding, construction, and bare or tinned finishes.  The two extrusion plants located in Northern Ohio and Central Tennessee apply PVC, XLPE, EPDM, Silicone Rubber (optional with fiberglass braid jacket), and other insulation. Finished product ships world wide with a 2-3 week lead-time. While the core business remains appliance wire the product line has been expanded. Appropriate UL and CSA certifications are maintained for Appliance Wiring Material, Fixture Wire, Flexible Cord, Machine Tool Wire, Thermoplastic-insulated wire, Thermoset-insulated wire, Recreational Vehicle Cable, and Boat Cable. Automotive and SAE type wires are manufactured to J-1128, J-1127, and J-378 standards.  Our product line is shaped by our customers and evolves as their needs progress.


American Wire & Cable Company has been a leading manufacturer of insulated solid or stranded Bare and Tinned Copper wire for the past 60 years! We operate plants in Ohio and central Tennessee performing rod breakdown, drawing, and bunching of Copper while processing over 600,000 pounds of Copper a month. This Copper is then extruded to manufacture over 70,000,000 feet of wire per month. We offer the best lead times in the industry of under two weeks with JIT, Stocking, and Warehouse programs to meet specific customer demands. With our flexible production and open scheduling systems, we offer the unique ability to manufacture and ship product with even less lead time when a customer MUST HAVE IT! Our Quality programs are extensive and cover all aspects of our business from sales to shipping. Most importantly, each customer is treated with the utmost care and attention at all times. Insulation: PVC, XLPE, EPDM, TPR, SILICONE RUBBER, GLASS BRAID Application: AWM, TEW, SIS VW-1, MTW, TW, THW, SF-1, SF-2, SFF-2, SEW-1, SEW-2, SEWF-2, SPT-2, SPT-3, RV/RIPCORD, Appliances and Fixtures, Submersible Pump, Refrigerator Defrost Heaters, Refrigeration Equipment, Electric Clothes Dryers, Crankcase Heater Assemblies, Hazardous Exposures, Lighting Fixtures, Heat Pumps, Room Cooler Units, Air Conditioners, Cooling Systems, Outdoor Condensing Units, Mercury Lead Switches, Gas Ignition, Motor Lead Wire, Electronic Equipment, Moisture-Oil-Gasoline Resistance Ratings. Construction: Single Conductor, 2 & 3 Conductor, SPT-2 & SPT-3, Double Insulated, 1/64 thru 8/64 Mil Wall, 60C to 200C Temperature Ratings Packaging: Various sizes of Wood/Plastic Reels, Metal Spools, and Fiber Drums


Thermal Wire & Cable, LLC will solve your toughest wire and cable application. Providing wire, cable, and accessories designed to operate in a wide temperature range (+1000°C through -196°C) requires a great deal of experience selecting the proper raw materials for wire and cable constructions and applications.

From blast furnaces to cryogenics, Thermal Wire & Cable, LLC has over 30 years experience in critical application wire and cable. Insulation’s commonly used include: FEP, PFA, PTFE, and ETFE (Tefzel®) ****, Kapton® Polyimide film, modified silicone rubbers, magnesium oxide, polyurethane, mica tapes, TPE, Foamed FEP or Tefzel®, thermoset cross-linked polyolefins, and many more. Conductor materials range from; Grade A Nickel, 2% and 27% Nickel-plated or clad coppers, Tin-Plated Copper, Silver-Plated Copper, High Strength Copper Alloys, and various other materials used in Coaxial cables. Careful selections of these materials, utilizing common industry standards, keep minimum orders low and lead times in check.

  • UL Listed cable
  • UL Recognized cable
  • QPL/Mil-Spec wire
  • CSA/CE Certification

From the simplest single-conductor appliance lead wire to complex composite thermocouple cables, our product mix includes wire and cables for: Heater Bands, Paint Dry Ovens, Blast furnace instrumentation, Thermocouples, Melting Equipment, Fire Suppression and Sensing, Commercial Cooking Equipment, and many, many more. Our experience in difficult wire and cable applications allows you more choices than ever before, and in the end, the right cable for the job.