EVABarrier Double Wall Draft Tubing - 4 mm ID x 8 mm OD

EVABarrier Double Wall Draft Tubing - 4 mm ID x 8 mm OD

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If you're looking for a high-quality draft tubing to take your system into the 21st century, EVABarrier is the clear choice. This double walled tubing offers superior protection against oxidation, CO2 loss and microbial growth. Plus, it's BPA and PVC free! EVA tubing is the future of draft line for professional applications, and now you can rig up your home system with the same first-class tubing.
The 4 mm (5/32") ID size is perfect for homebrew draft applications where only a short beer line is needed. We recommend using 5-6 ft. per line for adequate flow resistance.
Outer Barrier
The outer barrier is made from EVA material and provides a decent stiffness to the tubing while still remaining pliable. This not only makes EVABarrier extremely kink resistant, it also makes it the best tubing to be used with Duotight, John Guest, and other push-in fittings.
Inner Barrier
The inner barrier is made from a proprietary polymer that acts as an excellent gas barrier. You can rest assured that your beer will be better protected from oxygen exposure, as well as CO2 loss. Your beer will stay fresher for longer and not loose carbonation like with other draft line.  With other beverage line, you may notice that beer sitting in the line for an extended period will start to taste flat and/or oxidized.  EVA Barrier tubing is unquestionably better in this regard and you will notice a significantly improved freshness of your beer, especially if it's been sitting in the lines for a while.
Due to the high density and smooth nature of the EVABarrier inner wall, the internal surface of the tubing is remarkably smooth and almost completely impermeable.  This makes it difficult for bacteria and other microbes to attach to the inside surface of the tubing. Just another way EVABarrier is looking out for you and your beer!
  • Inner Diameter - 4 mm (5/32")
  • Outer Diameter - 8 mm (5/16")
  • PVC, BPA , and Plasticizer Free*
  • Outer wall prevents oxidation and CO2 loss
  • Smooth inner wall prevents microbial growth build-up

*EVABarrier does not contain plasticizers, or phthalates, that are used to make PVC flexible. These plasticizers are known to leach out into the beer over time and have adverse health effects.

Kegland Part number: KL06224

Inner Diameter5/32 in.
MaterialEVA Barrier
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I need long tubing to serve at a lower pressure while keeping the keg of sparkling water pressurized high.
Valued C on May 1, 2021
need kit
Kevin P on Apr 13, 2021
I need long tubing to serve at a lower pressure while keeping the keg of sparkling water pressurized high.
Valued C on May 1, 2021
Changing over from stainless flare fittings to duotight.
Nick Parker on Apr 21, 2021
need kit
Kevin P on Apr 13, 2021
Came recommended
Debbie D on Mar 23, 2021
wanna try it
jason p on Mar 11, 2021
Reviews said this is THE draft line tubing
matthew h on Mar 5, 2021
to use as a spunding valve
Valued C on Mar 5, 2021
Jeremy H on Mar 3, 2021
replacement draft lines
Matthew S on Mar 2, 2021
more tubing
David F on Feb 24, 2021
I ordered 5/16 tubing thinking it would fit the duolight keg filler with a Blowtie. Nope.
mark a on Feb 23, 2021
Upgrade beer fridge from old to new Beer line
Gregory K on Feb 20, 2021
Switching keg gas lines to Duotight fittings
Daniel W on Feb 9, 2021
Need the
Wayne B on Feb 8, 2021
For Beverage dispensing inside a kegerator.
Sean W on Feb 3, 2021
Couldnt tell ya
Zachary Ian C on Jan 30, 2021
Interested in moving away from vinyl tubing
Will S on Jan 13, 2021
Purchased a Kegmenter. Need to dispense from it.
Alex A on Jan 12, 2021
Not enough hose.
Brian S on Jan 7, 2021
To replace the same tubing that I currently have. I replace my lines every 6 months.
Joseph Dauria on Jan 7, 2021
Narrower beer line in my small space will suit better.
Richard Arthurs on Jan 7, 2021
redoing my kezzer and wanted to replace my beer lines
Paul K on Jan 6, 2021
Ordered the 4 tap kegerator and need more liquid line than was provided
Donald Sargent on Dec 31, 2020
Keezer build. Read a lot of good reviews on it
Steven B on Dec 15, 2020
I am an orthodontist and I use it in the office
Valued C on Dec 14, 2020
Recommended by Brian at Norcal Draft, who is very knowledgeable
Paul C W on Dec 13, 2020
new tubing
john Bell on Dec 9, 2020
James K on Dec 8, 2020
Need a section for by spunding valve
Aaron G on Dec 5, 2020
Supposed to be the best
Joe S on Nov 26, 2020
Love the product and want to see if 5.5ft is optimal in my 3 tap draft system
garrett shuck on Nov 17, 2020
Heard good things about it from fellow brewers
James B on Nov 17, 2020
I need to replace my draft lines and this seems ideal.
William B on Nov 17, 2020
I heard about these products on Brulosophy
Anthony C on Nov 6, 2020
Tired of tasting vinyl tubing
Jason Taclas on Nov 4, 2020
Changing my draft lines to this
Eric H on Oct 31, 2020
Devin G on Oct 28, 2020
This line is really awesome
Charles E on Oct 22, 2020
Michael N on Oct 10, 2020
Sounds like it has some cool features.
Donald M on Sep 29, 2020
trying to start this kegerator off on the right foot
Joseph on Sep 24, 2020
Great tubing, just need more of it :)
Michael B on Sep 22, 2020
easier cleaning
Dennis W on Sep 15, 2020
recommendation from brew club
Carmichael P on Sep 12, 2020
to set up spunding valve for fermentation of mead
Jose A on Sep 10, 2020
To use in my keezer
Alex C on Sep 3, 2020
Ease of transfer
Jeff H on Sep 3, 2020
Highly recommended
Kevin Chorzelewski on Sep 1, 2020
Time to change the lines in the Keezer
Brad F on Aug 20, 2020
why not?
David B on Aug 13, 2020
Changing over from stainless flare fittings to duotight.
Nick Parker on Apr 21, 2021
Came recommended
Debbie D on Mar 23, 2021
Does this fit on 1/4" barbs that ball lock disconnects frequently come in?
Trevor Mack on Jul 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 4 mm ID tubing will be too small. The 5 mm will fit, though it will be very snug.
EVABarrier Tubing - 5 mm ID x 8 mm OD - 39 ft. Roll
EVABarrier Tubing - 5 mm ID x 8 mm OD - 39 ft. Roll
What is the restriction amount on this size and type of tubing?
Robert Zimmer on Apr 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robert - Take a look at this link: https://www.kegworks.com/blog/determine-right-pressure-for-your-draft-beer-system/

4mm x 8mm = 5/32" x 5/16"
Can you connect this 4mm ID tubing to a 3/16" tailpiece? I would like to use this as beer line with my intertap faucets, replacing my current 3/16" beer line. Thanks.
Valued C on Apr 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Larry - the 4mm tubing is only 1/16" smaller than 3/16" so if you heat up the end of the tubing before installing, there shouldn't be a problem.
How do you clean EVA line? Is BLC safe?
Andrew Wayland on Jun 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew - We recommend cleaning the beer line as you would with any other tubing.
What psi (approximate) should I set my psi to for these lines? I know with a smaller diameter line you would want a lower serving psi to avoid foaming.
Michael Mascianica on Sep 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I think of this differently. I adjust the length of the beer line and keep the pressure set to one that is appropriate to the level of carbonation I want. For my old beer line (3/16 I believe), 10 feet worked well, but with the 4mm EVA tubing, I run only 6ft. Works well for me.
Hi. Is this recommended for wine, cider and nitro coffee? Thank you
Marco Jefe on Jul 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Should work fine for any of those products.
The wine and the coffee could possibly leave residue though - might not be able to use those lines for other products later.
What is the recommended inner diameter shank bore for this tubing? 3/16? 1/4? Does it matter?
Jeffrey Hasterok on Oct 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: 3/16" is closer, but the EVA tubing is very stiff. Better off to use an adapter like this:
Any suggestions for line length for seltzer water? Probably about 30 psi @ 38-40*F. I'm SWAGing about 15 feet, but have no idea really.
jeff royster on Sep 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: While both of the answers discussing foaming are correct, as far as that goes, you still want to consider your dispense speed - a flow rate of about one pint per second is gotten by having about one psig residual after all restrictions are taken into account. The restriction on this stuff is about 2.9 psig per foot.
30 psig - 1 for serve speed=29 psig; .5 psig for shank and faucet (typically) 28.5; .5 psig for every foot from center of keg to tap - for me that's about 2-3 feet, so, 1-1.5 psig =27 psig / 2.9 = 9.31ft and a bit.

4.9 / 5.0
29 Reviews
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Rated 4 out of 5
Solved my foam problem
For years I've been using a 6 ft line so my beers were 3/4 foam and 1/4 beer. This solved that issue. Pours are more like 3/4 beer and 1/4 foam now with the 5 ft EVA lines. The only thing is that I had to change out my faucets from Perlicks to Intertap (Perlicks will not work with this setup), so it went from $20+ to > $100 to have everything working.
February 28, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy. Effective.
Easy to work with. Good quality.
February 26, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
The entire Duotight system including the tubing is just easy and gets the job done.
February 16, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect diameter for no foam pours
February 11, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Wroks better than my old line
This came with my new kegerator and it seems to pour much better than my old tubing.
January 30, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Flavor saver vs PVC/vinyl beer line
As others have stated, this beer line does not impart plasticy flavor like the common PVC beer lines. Even relatively high-quality line I've used before, I'd have to flush the volume of the tubing before taking any to drink, or all I would taste is plastic. I think some people are more sensitive to that flavor than others - my partner doesn't notice it as badly. I guess I'm just unlucky (lucky?).

With these lines, I get none of that taste - they are also cheaper! And, if you do want to flush the tubing volume anyway just to be safe or whatever, these 4mm lines pour well at 5-6', vs 8-10' for a 3/16 line, and so the volume that you'd have to "dump" is significantly less than contained in the 3/16 line. I've swapped now to also using the duotight fittings and will not be going back. Very pleased.
January 7, 2021
4 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Excellent tubing for duotight fittings and systems.
The tubing works great for kegging. It has just the right amount of flex and rigidity to hold up well.
January 7, 2021
4 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
does a couple of things well
I like the push in fittings: much easier take apart to clean. The tubing is light weight and tends to hold the coil in which it was shipped. So it stays out of the way and allows me to open the fridge door easily.
December 30, 2020
5 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Helped reduce foaming
Was having considerable trouble with foaming on my Sanke tap and this, along with the Duotight fittings, really helped.
December 26, 2020
4 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Will never switch back to regular tubing
This doubled with duotight fittings makes swapping out lines for cleaning a breeze. Plus with the 4mm I was able to use less length of tubing tidying up my kegerator.
November 27, 2020
7 months ago