Flutes Purchases Sixth Woodward Jogger Aerator

Flutes Indianapolis has purchased a rebuilt Woodward Jogger Aerator model WJA-7000. This is Flutes’ sixth Woodward machine, and fifth installed at this location. Flutes also has a Woodward Jogger Aerator at its Akron, Ohio plant. Woodward invented jogger aerators over 50 years ago, and to this day is the industry leader in design, performance, durability and service. The Woodward Jogger Aerator improves quality, eliminates back injuries, and lowers production costs. This versatile machine cleans, aerates, and aligns loads of paper, paperboard or corrugated sheets to a perfect side guide and gripper edge. Loads can be rotated 180 degrees and placed down in the same spot, thus saving valuable floor space. One operator can accomplish all of this in just a few minutes. Flutes’ rebuilt machine was completely disassembled by Woodward technicians, who then inspected and repaired or replaced all damaged and worn parts. The machine was reassembled, painted and tested. It carries a six-month warranty on parts. Once delivered, Flutes will add rollers to this unit for in-line operation.