Andis CeramicEdge Clipper Blade Size 40
Andis® CeramicEdge™ blades are made from a high-quality ceramic material that resists heat for cooler, more comfortable cutting. Size 40 dog grooming blade has a 1/100" (0.25 mm) blade cut.
The high-quality ceramic cutters on these Andis® CeramicEdge™
blades stay sharper longer and require less sharpening than standard steel blades. The low heat transfer and friction index of ceramic keeps these dog grooming blades running 50% cooler than steel.
- Low heat transfer and friction index keeps blades running 50% cooler than steel
- Ceramic blades use less coolant and clip faster with less downtime
- Ceramic blades do not heat up, reducing the risk of friction burns
- Steel combs have a Rockwell Hardness of 65
Size 40 CeramicEdge blade has a 1/100" (0.25 mm) blade cut. This is a surgical prep blade, good for use under snap-on combs.
Compatible with Andis
®, and Wahl
® detachable-style clippers.
See the Specifications tab for product details.
: Carbon-infused steel construction with matte finish plus a ceramic backing and edge
: Size 40 Blade has a 1/100" Blade Cut
Rockwell Hardness Rating
Blades are available in the following styles:
- Size 50 Blade has a 1/125" Blade Cut
- Size 40 Blade has a 1/100" Blade Cut
- Size 30 Blade has a 1/50" Blade Cut
- Size 5/8 Toe Blade has a 1/32" Blade Cut
- Size 15 Blade has a 3/64" Blade Cut
- Size 10 Blade has a 1/16" Blade Cut
- Size 9 Blade has a 5/64" Blade Cut
- Size 8 1/2" Blade has a 7/64" Blade Cut
- Size 7 Skip Tooth Blade has a 1/8" Blade Cut
- Size 7F Finish Blade has a 1/8" Blade Cut
- Size 5 Skip Tooth Blade has a 1/4" Blade Cut
- Size 5F Finish Blade has a 1/4" Blade Cut
- Size 4 Skip Tooth Blade has a 3/8" Blade Cut
- Size 4 Finish Blade has a 3/8" Blade Cut
- Size 3 3/4" Skip Tooth Blade has a 1/2" Blade Cut
- Size 5/8 HT Blade has a 5/8" Blade Cut
See the Instructions tab for more product information.
Blade sets should be oiled once a day minimum! Ideally, it should be done before every grooming. After oiling, be sure to use a soft, dry cloth to wipe any oil off the external surfaces to reduce the possibility of getting it on the animal’s coat. If the clipper blades leave streaks or slow down, it’s a sure sign that the blades need oil.
Oiling Blades: Place a few drops of blade oil on the front and side of the cutter blades. Wipe excess oil off blades with a soft, dry cloth. Spray lubricants contain insufficient oil for good lubrication, but are an excellent clipper blade coolant.
Cleaning Blades: Immerse blades only while clipper is running in a shallow pan of clipper oil or blade cleaner. After cleaning, turn the clipper off and dry blades with a clean, dry cloth. If blades will still not cut, there may still be some hair trapped between the upper and lower blade. Remove the blade off the clipper and slide the upper blade to one side without loosening the tension spring or moving the upper blade completely out from under the tension spring. Wipe the surfaces of the blades clean with a dry cloth, then place a drop of clipper oil where the upper and lower blades meet and also in the guide slot of the tension spring.
Always replace broken or nicked blades to prevent injury.