AFC-Holcroft, L.L.C. is a leading manufacturer of industrial furnace systems used in the heat treatment of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Building on the traditions of Holcroft & Company dating back to 1916, AFC-Holcroft services clients across the globe. AFC-Holcroft was created as an L.L.C. in 2000, then purchased by the AICHELIN Group in 2016.
AFC-Holcroft produces high quality thermal processing equipment used in the production of metal components, and provides related aftermarket service. Customers include both captive and commercial heat treaters who supply components to various industries such as automotive, heavy truck, industrial bearings and gears, railroad, fasteners, mining, aluminum heat treatment, and others. The company is headquartered in Wixom, Michigan, USA and has its own subsidiaries in China and Poland as well as a global partner network in Australia, Brazil, India, Mexico and Spain.
AFC-Holcroft has one of the most diverse product lines in the heat treat equipment industry. We are fully equipped to design, manufacture, ship, install and service all types of custom and standard heat treat systems. AFC-Holcroft is a privately held company, headquartered in Wixom, Michigan, USA.
With over 225 years of combined corporate experience, AFC-Holcroft has one of the most extensive product lines in the heat treating industry — known worldwide for quality and reliability. Our equipment ranges from individual furnaces to full production cells.
With our strategically located network of global partners, we have the capability to manufacture, install and service our equipment anywhere in the world
Our Global Partners are available to provide equipment anywhere in the world
AFC-Holcroft is a full-service company, offering spare parts, custom fabrication, expert service and knowledgeable support personnel for service after the sale. We can often service equipment from our competitors as well.
On a recent Saturday morning, AFC-Holcroft invited employees and their families, company retirees and invited guests, to view the newly renovated building as part of an Open House.