Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) represent a system that actually dates back to the invention of the self-adhesive articles in 1935 when R. Stanton Avery produced the first coating unit using a wooden cigar box with two holes cut in the bottom. They are nonmetallic materials used to bond other materials, mainly on their surfaces through adhesion and cohesion. Adhesion and cohesion are phenomena, which may be described thermodynamically and chemically, but actually they cannot be measured precisely. It was shown that the most important bonding processes are bonding by adhesion and bonding with pressure-sensitive adhesives. They can be describe as a special category of adhesive which in dry form are permanently tacky at room temperature and adheres to a substrate under light pressure after what can be removed cleanly, on demand, without leaving residues on the substrate; mechanically - soft, sticky substance [1-7]. One of the most popularly classification of pressure-sensitive adhesives are division according to basic polymer kind. PSA are divided on seven groups in this classifications respectively acrylic, rubber, silicone, polyurethane, polyester, polyether and EVA pressure-sensitive adhesive [5, 7-8]. Market and technology of high-quality pressure-sensitive adhesives is growing very fast. This development is the result of expansion in both existing and new fields of application of pressure-sensitive adhesives. Self-sealing polymers used for production of pressure-sensitive adhesives is directly related to their structure, which makes them unique in the world. The global market for self-adhesive tapes was expanding by 5.5% per year. In 2012 it produced worldwide about 1700.5 kilotons pressure-sensitive adhesives with a value of $ 22.7 trillion. In 2018, an increase in world production was expected to reach around 2208.2 kilotons of self-adhesive adhesives valued at 31.64 billion USD, which has been approximately met, in the following years a further increase in the production of these materials is forecasted [1-3].