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EVA Beer Line - 3/16 in. ID - 30 m Roll
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EVA beer line is a Premium tubing used by professional installers in commercial applications for its barrier properties. Now available for the first time for Homebrewers. It is a plasticizer free material that is both PVC Free and BPA Free. This tubing is extremely durable and it is hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, and caustic resistant. This is a great choice for Kegerator and Taproom Beer Line.

This beer line is naturally stiff, so you will need to use near boiling water to soften the tubing. You may also need to stretch out the end with pliers if you are trying to fit it on a barb larger than 3/16 in.

Comes in a 30 m (98 ft) roll

Item # D1716BULK
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.00LBS
Quantity98 ft. Roll
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Takes some work to get on the barbs.
The good stuff:
The line is very slim but has the same inner diameter as standard draft tubing. It's strong, I don't need worm clamps and the price is killer. If you're working with limited space this line makes things easy.

The meh stuff:
You'll need to soak the ends in near boiling water to fit it on barbs. It's not that big of a deal, but expect it. If you need to shape the lines to fit around things, it will take a little more work and thinking ahead.

Suggestions if you buy this super durable, affordable, skinny-jeans of draft tubing:
Get your lines cut to the length you need first. Mark any areas where you need to bend the tubing with some masking tape. For installing the barbs you might want to easy the line open with a small screw driver first.
October 12, 2017