The XVers L, the newest hydronic boiler from Raypak, a Rheem company, is built to automatically assess the temperature and adjust to make sure the environment is controlled and comfortable. It’s engineered for performance and efficiency, the company states. Equipped with Raymote access, the unit allows end-users to stay connected and informed from any location. The boiler’s advanced touchscreen enables modulating temperature control, safety limits and ignition programming into one user-friendly integrated control platform. With self-learning features that prevent equipment damage, its automated controller is easy to set up, understand and use, making Raypak’s XVers L as close to plug-and-play as possible, the company explains. Available in sizes from 399 to 850 MBtu/h. Raypak.