About UCAN

Through a way of persistence, profession, innovation to thrive, Taiwan's first polymer testing instruments manufacturer is qualified to be headquartered at Taiwan Central Science Park in Taichung.
U-CAN DYNATEX INC. is a worldwide supplier of analytical instruments and testing equipment for polymer industries with 39 years experience.

The company's first major product – Rheometer is mainly used to detect physical property changes of polymer materials induced by chemical reactions during processing.

This is a high-tech business demanding professions in precision mechanical design and control, sensing signal acquisition and processing, electronic circuit design, the analytical software programming, chemical interpretation for physical property changes …, and so on. Due to the needs of cross-sectoral integration of operations, U-CAN has established a strong and innovative technical team and bred a culture of continuous research and development of new products to meet the demands of customers.

Company Profile
U-CAN DYNATEX INC., formerly EEKON, is an ISO 9001: 2015 , CE, and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 (TAF:2875) certified manufacturer, established in 1985 in Taipei. Headquartered at Taiwan Central Science Park in Taichung, U-CAN is specialized in design and producing 18 major kinds of polymer analytical instruments and testing equipment including Solution for thermosetting material warpage analysis(PVTC-A1),Rheometers, Mooney viscometers, ozone testing chambers, tensile testing machines, filler dispersion analysis instruments, dynamic testing systems, universal static tire testing equipment, …, etc.

U-CAN has 5 branches as well as 2 liaison offices in China. In addition, there are 18 U-CAN agents in 25 countries globally including USA, Korea, Japan, Brazil, France, Indian Subcontinent, and Middle East to provide in time services for U-CAN customers.

U-CAN’s dedication for rubber testing instruments is pure and unchangeable. Although the global market is getting increasingly competitive, U-CAN expects the rubber instrumentation industry in Taiwan would be able to occupy a good position in the world.