Industrial tobacco curers are machines that help in the process of curing tobacco. They are used to remove the moisture from the tobacco leaves, which then helps to make the tobacco more suitable for smoking. There are a number of different types of industrial tobacco curers, but the most common ones are those that use steam.

Tobacco curing accidents can happen for a variety of reasons, including improper storage, lack of proper lighting, inadequate ventilation, chemicals spilling and the use of uncured tobacco.  Tobacco curing accidents can result in the release of harmful chemicals, which can cause serious health problems for those who are exposed to them which can lead to serious injuries or even death.

The following are examples of other types of tobacco curing accidents:

1. Fire: Tobacco can easily catch on fire if it’s stored improperly or if there is faulty wiring or a naked flame nearby.

2. Ingestion: Tobacco smoke can be dangerous if it gets into your bloodstream through your nose or mouth. If you accidentally swallow any cured tobacco, call 911 immediately!

3. Poisoning: Tobacco contains nicotine, which is poisonous if ingested in large doses. If you experience any symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, irritability, dizziness, or headache after working with cured tobacco, get medical help immediately!

If you have been injured by tobacco companies, you should contact an attorney. Tobacco companies are responsible for a great deal of injury. Attorney can help you get the compensation that you deserve.