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Fall factor alone is not enough of a criterion on its own to characterize the severity of a fall because it considers only the rope itself. It is better to think about the impact force because this is the force directly received by the climber during a fall.<br>
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- Petzl
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bearbreeder
Jan 17, 2015
Fall factor alone is not enough of a criterion on its own to characterize the severity of a fall because it considers only the rope itself. It is better to think about the impact force because this is the force directly received by the climber during a fall.

- Petzl  

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