• 1919

    Starting-up  as Jenert und Schulz – Armaturenfabrik Eisengiesserei

  • 1932

    Valves for hydraulic fittings assortment extension

  • 1938

    The production of cast iron U-valves  has been  initiated

  • 1945

    Changing the  company`s name onto “Fabryka Armatur i Odlewnia Żeliwa d. Jenert i Schultz .  One very  same time the factory  has been temporarily administered by the National Delegation of the Southern Metal Union in Bytom

  • 1949

    Factory obtained legal personality and brand name Fabryka Armatur “Głuchołazy” Przedsiębiorstwo Państwowe Wyodrębnione w Głuchołazach

  • 1958

    The  Foundry departaments  was liquidated

  • 1960

    Setting  a new  finished products warehouse facility of  the total  area of 415 square meters

  • 1968

    New production hall has been build.

  • 1973

    At the Factory’s premises Experimental Station of Industrial Fittings  has been  established

  • 1991

    The factory  became private

  • 2002

    Gaining CE – safety mark

  • 2003

    Gaining UDT certification

  • 2019

    FAGSA becames  part of  ZETKAMA Sp. Z o.o. located in Ścinawka Średnia

The company's management


Our main goal is the production of safe and environmental friendly fittings, as well as taking care of constant development of our company. Due to huge commitment of our team of well-qualified employees and usage of modern machinery park and tools in technological process, by fairly executed work we guarantee the highest quality of our products, what allows us to satisfy our clients’ requirements. By introducing innovative solutions and modern technologies improving the quality and expanding our products’ catalogue we want to be a leader on European market of industrial fittings.

100 years of experience combined with modern technology and qualified employees allow us to offer fitting that can be used in installation having following exploitative parameters:

  •  PN pressure: 0,6 ÷ 50,0 MPa,
  •  temperature of medium:  -196 °C ÷ +650 °C,
  •  DN diameter: 4 ÷ 400 mm.

Valves are made according to PN, ISO, EN, DIN, ANSI, BS, JIS and other standards.