Dismantling: choke the ZILLON lanyard
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On a smooth, vertical trunk, if the lanyard is simply passed around the trunk, it will slide down in case of a fall. So that it remains in place under load, the lanyard must choke the trunk.
This precaution also offers protection in case the trunk bursts during cutting.