When pressure is applied to surfaces, pressure-sensitive adhesives adhere. Emulsion polymers including acrylics, polyvinyl acetate, and ethylene vinyl acetate are the main components of emulsion pressure sensitive adhesives. It is frequently utilised in packaging, tapes, and labelling. Emulsion adhesives are a mixture of an acrylic polymer, surfactant(s), and other additives suspended in water that are used to control adhesive performance. After coating a webstock with this dispersion, the water is removed. Polymers and other elements semi-coalesce during the drying process to provide a useful pressure-sensitive sticky film. There are no solvents utilised in the coating process of these adhesives; water is employed to regulate viscosity and enable coating.