|Early sixties ||Development of the first model of the Spinner Magnetometer (JR-1) by Vit Jelinek.|
|Mid-sixties ||Development of the first model of the Kappabridge (KLY-1) by Vit Jelinek.|
|Late sixties||Innovation of JR-1 Spinner Magnetometer to JR-2 model (Vit Jelinek). Development of the KLY-2 Kappabridge (Vit Jelinek)
|Early seventies||Start of commertial manufacturing of Spinner Magnetometers and Kappabridges.
Upgrading of Spinner Magnetometer to JR-4 Model (Zdenek Hulka).|
|Late eighties||Development of JR-5A Spinner Magnetometer equipped with automatic sample holder (Petr Suza, Jiri Pokorny).|
|Early nineties||Development of PUM-1 Pulse Magnetizer (Vit Jelinek, Petr Suza, Jiri Pokorny).
Development of KLY-3S Kappabridge equipped with spinning sample holder (Vit Jelinek, Petr Suza, Jiri Pokorny).
Development of CS-2 Furnace Apparatus for measurement (in unison with Kappabridge) of temperature variation of susceptibility (Jan Parma, Petr Suza, Jiri Pokorny).|
|1995 || AGICO company was separated from Geofyzika and specialized in development and manufacturing of rock magnetism instruments. |
|1995 || CS-3 attachment of KLY-3/4 for measurement of high-temperature variations of magnetic susceptibility was introduced. |
|1995 || CS-L attachment of Kappabridges for measurement of low-temperature variations of magnetic susceptibility was introduced. |
|1999 || KLF-4 simple susceptibility meter was introduced. This product is discontinued. |
|2000 || Dual speed spinner magnetometer JR-6A was introduced. |
| 2003 || KLY-4 variable field (2-700 A/m) susceptibility meter was introduced. |
| 2005 || MFK1 - MultiFunction Kappabridge was introduced.|
| 2008 || CS4 updated version of Kappabridge attachment for measurements of high-temperature variations of magnetic susceptibility.|
| 2013 || 3D Rotator updated version of spinner mechanism for MFK1 and KLY5 Kappabridges was introduced.|
| 2013 || LDA5 and PAM1 advanced system for demagnetization and magnetization of rock samples was introduced.|
| 2016 || KLY5 state of art Kappabridge which enables precise measurement of in-phase and out-of phase magnetic susceptibility and their anisotropy.|