VAG’s roots go back to 1872, the year in which Carl Bopp and Carl Reuther set up a special factory that manufactured pumps and heavy-duty valves. In just a few years, Bopp & Reuther was a company with international standing.
Jointly with several other companies from the valve market, a sales company was established which was given the name of VAG-Armaturen GmbH. Already in the 1920s, VAG was the market leader in South America. The frequent introduction of innovative products soon gained the company the reputation of pioneer in the industry.
For decades, VAG has been consistently moving towards becoming a modern, global solution provider for all kinds of shut-off and control valves. Today, the VAG-Group has manufacturing sites in Germany, the Czech Republic, India, China, the USA and South Africa.
Based on our experience and our extensive know-how, we will continue to develop innovative products and solutions for water and wastewater in the future as well.
Fraport AG, 2006-2014
Modernisation and installation of extraction points for fire-water supply, 26 VAG NOVA DN 150 Standpost Hydrants, VAG SKR Slanted Seat Tilting Disk Check Valve DN 700–1200, VAG EKN? Butterfly Valves DN 800–1200, VAG ZETA? Knife Gate Valves DN 150–700, VAG RETO-STOP Non-Return Valves DN 100–300; VAG ERI? Penstocks; 200 VAG CEREX? 300 Butterfly Valve DN 100–300
J?nschwalde power plant, 1992-2013
32 EKN? Butterfly Valves DN 2000 with UVV safety interlock on one side, 11 EKN? Butterfly Valves DN 2000 with UVV safety interlock on both sides
Trusetal water supply system, 2011-2013
14 VAG CEREX? 200-L Butterfly Valves DN 80-150, 3 VAG EKO?plus Gate Valves DN 50, 3 VAG DUOJET? Automatic Air Valves, 3 VAG PICO? Control Valves
Flood protection system of the City of Bogen, 2007
30 VAG EROX? Penstocks DN 200-1200 with electric actuator, 1 VAG ZETA? Knife-Gate Valve DN 250, 2 RETO-STOP Non-Return Valves DN 250, 3 EKO?plus Gate Valves DN 250