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Jaw Crusher

Jaw crusher is the vital equipment in crushing industry.

Processing capacity:1-2200t/h

Feeding size:125-1200mm

Appliable Materials: Limestone, granite, pebbles, cobble, iron ore, basalt and all kinds of hard and soft ores with compressive strength not higher than 320 Mpa.

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Thor’s Well is set on a long basalt shoreline. From the parking lot, you’ll need to walk down the short path to get up close. You can do the short walk down to Thor’s Well or make a little half-mile loop on the Captain Cook trail that takes you over to a few other views over Cape Perpetua. 

You’ll notice to the left a small overpass bridge and just beneath it, another wonder of nature, Spouting Horn in the Cook Chasm. There is a gorgeous view of an ocean blowhole where the waves crash in the cave, which then spouts the seawater right back out, spraying into the air!

There is a risk of injury while wandering the craggy terrain, so step with care. Additionally, there are many tide pools and possible sea creatures on the rocks, so take even more care roaming around Thor’s Well

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In addition to watching your step, you must also be hyper-aware of your surrounding at all times. This is the Oregon Coast, which is beautiful but also dangerous. Sneaker waves are a possibility and could really injure someone or worse. There have been accidents here

Watch out if you wander along the outskirts of the basalt terrain where the waves are crashing in as well. Just because a few waves have been small doesn’t mean that they will stay consistent; the tides are constantly changing

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