10 piece equipment package

Open Your Own Salon

Take a closer look at our 8-Piece Salon Starter Kit.

With this assortment of some of our most reliable equipment, your new venture will be up and running before you know it — and for a lot less money too!



Welcome to Tanses Technologies Inc

As a Canadian design and manufacturing company, we specialize in creating a wide range of light emitting medical devices. Our expertise ranges from germicidal UVC robots, UVC wall units, and HVAC systems to Narrow Band UVB for treating psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. We also create skin darkening (taning) UVA devices, Non-UV Blue light devices for acne treatment, as well as Amber Light, Near infrared, and Red Light devices for anti-aging, pain management, toe nail fungus clearing, diabetic foot ulcers, and ED therapy.

We also offer industrial UV curing for ink, paint, varnish, polymer, and adhesives, weathering test devices, and dental air and water sanitizing. Our devices are all rigorously tested by third-party quality control teams, and we hold multiple licenses and clearances including ISO 13485-2016 Medical device quality control certificate, Health Canada medical device licenses, and FDA Class II 510k medical device clearances and approvals.

With 36 years of experience, our engineering and management team are dedicated to providing high-quality products. Our ultimate goal is to continue to grow and offer valuable products to markets all over the world.

Special Inquiries

If you are interested in knowing more about:
  - Distribution rights for your area or other markets
  - Licensing our technology for local manufacturing
  - Finding your local distributor
  - Custom equipment for special needs

Contraindication: This product is contraindicated for use on persons under the age of 18 years. Contraindication: This product must not be used if skin lesions or open wounds are present. Warning: This product should not be used on individuals who have had skin cancer or have a family history of skin cancer. Warning: Persons repeatedly exposed to UV radiation should be regularly evaluated for skin cancer.