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Union Quarries, Inc. Limestone SDS Page 5 of 8 Eye Contact Dust particles can scratch the eye causing tearing, redness, a stinging or burning feeling, or swelling of the eyes with blurred vision. Skin Contact Dust particles can scratch and irritate the skin with redness, an itching or burning feeling, swelling of the skin, andor rash. Ingestion We have mining machines for crushing, beneficiation, grinding, building materials, and ball pressing. Welcome to consult or purchase.

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