As shown in the series of FIGS. 4, 5 and 3 orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 is minimized beneath the leading 53 of fill 50 soon after web 14 passes secondly area 54b and just before it moves 3rd spot 54c to ensure internet 14 engages the most notable edge of part 51c. Preferably, following the lowering functioning, water cylinder 32 is actuated to alter the orientation of website orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 from a horizontal orientation typically parallel to the top 53 of fill 50 into a straight orientation normally parallel to the aspects 51 from the load as weight 50 continues to spin, departing a level part of online covering a part of best 53 of fill 50 between top rated ends of ends 51b and 51c.
As shown in FIG. 5, when internet orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 is decreased underneath the leading 53 of load 50 and is in a vertical orientation generally parallel on the sides of the fill, web 14 is then covered around corner 54c of load 50 that is diametrically opposite part 54a. The series demonstrated in FIGS. 2-5 is then repetitive to position a flat bit of website covering a portion of top rated 53 of stress among leading fringe of edges 51a and 51d. The entire method continues to be repetitive, covering adjacent portions of best 53 from the stress, up until the complete top rated 53 is protected with somewhat overlapping regions of internet as proven in FIG. 15.
The sketches demonstrate consistently changing the positioning of online orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 throughout the lowering and raising techniques in which the the top of the fill is included. However, it is also within the scope of the invention to leave web orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 in the horizontal orientation during the repeated series of steps executed while covering the top of the load, and position web orbital stretch wrapping film dispenser 12 in the vertical orientation only when covering the sides of the load.