Originally Posted by CidahMastah
also, do they post resistance rating?
I was thinking that I might be able to use 3/16 on my tower taps if the resistance is that much less. Now i use 15ft of 1/4 bevlex
It cuts just like poly tubing, so you can use pretty much anything to cut it. I'm not sure what the actual resistance is, but to give you guys an idea I went from 12' of vinyl to 18' of bev-seal per faucet (both 3/16" ID). I think my vinyl may have been lower than average resistance to start with though, because all the calculators said I should have been using ~8' instead of 12'. Hope this is helpful for those trying to figure out how much they need.
And FWIW I love this stuff. No plastic off flavors at all (the reason I switched), and I've even used a line for rootbeer, flushed with hot oxiclean, rinsed with water, and then used for a cider without any flavor contamination at all. Try doing that with vinyl. My only complaint is that it's a royal PITA to get it onto a 1/4" hose barb, which is the smallest MFL tailpiece I could find.