The products on our website are a partial catalog for North American Market. Please visit Schill Germany and download the complete product catalog.


Schill utilizes state-of-the-art manufacturing and quality control processes (DIN EN ISO 9001:2008) at their plant in Laichingen/Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. With our own in-house dies, molds and raw materials, Schill can easily adapt to market demand. Our design team is constantly striving to improve every aspect of our product line, often relying on direct customer input to deliver the highest quality product.


Schill builds virtually all their reel products around the central theme of customizability. Since each reel’s Core diameter is a critical part of the design, having a direct impact on the type of cable that is to be used, we produce four interchangeable core sizes for each of our reel series with the exception of the GT Series which is a one-piece molded core & flange assembly. Once the appropriate core has been determined, we work with you to decide what basic product line and size is best suited to the application at hand.

Depending on the specific reel model, our Cores also feature different access hole sizes that facilitate the installation of cables that have large pre-terminated connectors: entire cable assemblies can be installed or removed with no need to remove complicated terminations.


Most of our standard Open-hub reels are available with numerous hub-cover options. These can include simple “SO” blank plates (ideal for custom or OEM applications), “RM” plates with ears for coiling outboard cable extensions, “MFK” plates that offer a latchable, hinged door over the hub cavity, “RMFK” plates that combine ears with a latching door, and numerous other options.


We normally stock large volumes of base reels and related accessories at both our US and Canada warehouses in order to best meet customer needs. While we strive to always stock the most popular reels, if a particular product is not in stock in North America we can have it shipped from the plant in Germany, often within just a few working days.