Some thinking has to go into play, such as whether or not you want to filter the water. The easiest way is to filter the water before it goes into the tankless heater. If that is not a viable option you need to filter afterwards which requires a high temperature housing which would need to be a metal one as the only non-metal I know of is made by Pentek and is good only to 160. Then you need a high temp filter, again, Pentek makes the EPM-10 which is rated to 180 so you would be fine there. I don't have that option as I draw off my household tankless so I drop the setting to 100 degrees to run through my filter and start there. The biggest issue, like microbus said, is you are not going to have very accurate temperature control coming from these things so you would want to set a little low and then circulate through your RIMS to bring up to temp.