What blade comes with the Lister Star Clippers?
stainless steel A2F/AC Fine Blade
The Lister Star comes with the solid stainless steel A2F/AC Fine Blade, which has a clipping surface width of 3 inches for quick clipping and a cut length of 1.4 mm (3/64 inches) — comparable to a #15 clipper blade.
Do Lister blades fit Liveryman Clippers?
The Lister Fit Blade set is made by Liveryman to fit all Lister Horse clippers. The Lister Fit Blade set is made by Liveryman to fit all Lister Horse clippers.
How do I change the blade on my Lister?
Lister clippers are really simple to tension and change the blades….Lister Clippers
- Screw the tensioning nut as far as it will comfortably go.
- Using the marker on the tension nut as a guide, turn the tension nut back 1½ turns.
- Your machine is now ready for use.
What are Covercote blades?
The Lister Covercote blade is designed to leave 5mm of hair. They are suited to clipping legs and especially feathers where leaving more hair can be desirable to give protection.
What blade should I use to clip my horse?
Blades used to clip horses range from the fine cut of a number 40 blade, which cuts the hair to 1/100 of an inch, to a number 3 3/4 blade, which leaves 1/2 inch of hair after cutting.
Do Liveryman blades fit Wolseley Clippers?
Kerbl Liveryman/Wolseley/Liscop fit very fine blades that leave ~0.5mm of hair. Compatible with most Liveryman, Wolseley and Liscop machines.
How often should horse clipper blades be sharpened?
Normally if the coat is clean, a set of blades should manage up to about five clips, but generally speaking two to three is average. If this is the case, it is best to send them away for re-sharpening. It is money well spent to use sharp blades.
How often should you change your clipper blades?
Every 4 months (or as needed), replace the mechanism that holds the blade on the clipper (usually hinge and blade latch).
What kind of clipper blades do Lister use?
Lister Plastic Socket Fine A2F Clipper Blades. Lister fine (A2F) plastic socket blades that leave 1.4mm of hair These plastic socket blades are only suitable for medium duty machines, examples include the Lister: Star, Neon, Stablemate, Showman and Liberty.
Can you use Lister Wizard blades for shearing?
Lister Wizard metal socket blades, suitable for shearing sheep – 13 Tooth Blade set. The Lister Wizard metal socket blades are suitable for shearing (upto 5 sheep) and dagging small flocks (up to 10 sheep) using any medium or heavy-duty Lister machine.
Can the Lister machines be used with plastic socket blades?
Please note, heavy-duty machines like the Lister Legend and Lister Laser should only be used with metal socket blades. Medium-duty machines like the Lister: Star, Neon, Stablemate, Showman and Liberty can be used with plastic socket blades, which helps the clipper to run quieter, or metal socket blades.
What type of socket blades can I use with my Clipper?
Medium-duty machines like the Lister: Star, Neon, Stablemate, Showman and Liberty can be used with plastic socket blades, which helps the clipper to run quieter, or metal socket blades. If you are unsure about the type of blade you require, please don’t hesitate to contact us or head over to our Learning Portal.