The Legacy 6 is the solution you need if you are looking for just a spot of hot water - perhaps some hot water in your project office, horse stable or workshop.
The Legacy 6 will deliver you a stream of warm water 70 degrees above inlet temperature at a constant 1.0 GPM. Or it will give you a 100-degree rise at 0.7 GPM.
Combustion remains constant at all times in the Legacy 6 chamber. Instead of modulating combustion, the Legacy 6 adjusts water flow to give you a consistent result.
Because you can turn the pilot off when you don’t need hot water, the Legacy 6 is an extremely economical way to deliver hot water to out-of-the-way locations.
High Technology and Quality Design Wall-mounted Paloma tankless water heaters are built to perform efficiently with very little maintenance. First-class materials include a copper heat exchanger and combustion chamber, brass controls, stainless steel burners, and a hard-baked porcelain exterior. Palomas are easy to service and all parts are easy to replace.
*This Guide indicates Legacy 12 performance at the coldest point of the year at water pressure of 12.9 psi and above. A standard shower is 2.5 GPM at 104 degrees F. In order to get the full GPM and shower performance with the Legacy series, it will be necessary to heat water at the HOT setting, and then mix with cold water. This will create scalding conditions in your hot water. USE WITH CAUTION! Check with your water supplier for actual local conditions.
Endless hot water on demand
Energy efficiency - 80% more efficient than tank-type water heaters
Compact, space-saving design
Magnetic safety valve to stop gas flow when the pilot is extinguished.
The ICAD is a sophisticated system that monitors and optimizes combustion in the firing chamber, providing protection against Carbon Monoxide. Learn more.
Everyone claims that their product is greener but few take the next step. Paloma is taking that step; we're seeking a solution to a serious and difficult issue. Paloma is ready to meet the challenge. Learn more.
With any water heater, the trick is to make certain that you don't run out of hot water. View a complete comparison of features and benefits. Learn more.