Sta-Sol® ME 2100C

Sta-Sol® Microemulsions (ME) offer an optimum balance of performance, flexibility, and environmental and safety benefits for aqueous cleaning applications.

Our microemulsion concentrates can replace conventional solvents with a near-neutral pH water-based cleaning formulation.

Sta-Sol® ME 2100C

Sta-Sol® ME 2100C is a flexible, general purpose microemulsion concentrate delivering powerful solvency for many cleaning and formulating applications.

This product can be used to replace or reduce other solvents, such as D-Limonene, and may be enhanced with the addition of co-solvents.

Unique Ester Chemistry

Sta-Sol® ME 2100C combines low VOC esters with surfactants to deliver powerful solvency in lower concentrations.

Optimal Performance and Compatibility for Formulators

Sta-Sol® ME 2100C provides maximum flexibility for formulators. This product can be modified with co-solvents, thickeners, activators, odorants, antimicrobials, or other additives, or diluted with water to customize performance and aggressiveness toward specific tasks.

Water Dilutable from 0 – 50% | 90 – 100%

2100C dilutes easily, with no high sheer mixing required, from 0 – 50% and 90 – 100%.

2100C will also rinse easily when used as  a straight solvent replacement in end-use cleaning applications. 2100C can also be very effective in certain applications when added to water at very low concentrations.

Environmental Health and Safety Attributes

Not considered VOCs (consumer product formulations)2
Non carcinogenic
Non Flammable (high flash point > 93°C)3
Non HAP4/Non-ODS5
APE Free6
Non-caustic, non-chlorinated, non-brominated

Application Areas

Industrial Hand Cleaners
Epoxy Resin Cleaning
Paint Line Flush
Ink Cleaning & Grafitti Removal
Versatile Solvent Replacement (i.e. D-Limonene, NMP)


Drums: 205 kgs/452 lbs | HDPE Drums
IBCs: 1000 kgs/2204 lbs |HDPE Totes
Bulk: Available upon request

* Formulator must test final formulations for satisfactory compatibility, stability and shelf-life.

  1. According to OECD definition, using empirical data, and results from EPI Suite modelign software.
  2. EU Solvent Emissions Directive 1999/13/EC, US VOC Exemption for Consumer Products, 40 CFR 59.203(f)(1), Environment Canada’s “Guidelines For Volatile Organic Compounds in Consumer Products”, Section 95408(a)(80) of Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations
  3. According to Ch. 2.6 of Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
  4. Not a Hazardous Air Pollutant (US Clean Air Act)
  5. Reference: UNEP – The Montreal Protocol on Substances That Deplete the Ozone Layer
  6. Alkyphenol ethoxylates are not intentionally added as ingredients in the manufacture of these products.