Options possibles sur la PH400

The Phoenix 400 comes standard with a 6.5 hp Excalibur engine with launch starter (SP95 or SP98 gas) and a standard crown included in the base price whatever the version chosen.
The machine is fully guaranteed 1 year (excluding consumable and wear due to use).

Moteur standard? Moteur Kohler?

Kolher CH395

It is possible to upgrade the engine to improve the handling of the Phoenix 400:

- The Excalibur 6.5 Engine is a motor identical to the original engine, but with an electric starter mounted on it for a quick start.

- The 9.5 Kohler pro engine with electric starter is the ideal engine for intensive use

The engine is guaranteed for 3 years by the manufacturer and we are upgrading the hydraulic pump for a better flow which allows a better fluidity in the controls of the shovel and a greater speed of displacement.

The Kohler 9.5 engine runs on gasoline SP98 or E10

Be careful, changing the pump does not increase the power of the machine.

Couronne Pro? Couronne Standard?

  • Kolher CH395
  • Couronne HHO
  • Couronne pro HHO
The orientation ring is the center piece of the Phoenix 400, which ensures the longevity and precision of the machine during your work.

The standard crown is perfect for a particular use (gardening, small earthworks ...)

As soon as the activity becomes more intensive, as for a home renovation or long work, it is advisable to take the pro crown that resists better in time to this type of solicitation.

Option push pull godet

Kolher CH395

The hoses feeding the bucket cylinder are mounted with 2 sets of quick couplings, which allows them to be decoupled easily to feed a tool that does not require the use of the bucket cylinder (pendulum tools such as auger and grapple, for example). ).

Option ligne hydraulique

Kolher CH395

These are 2 hoses with quick couplings pulled from the hydraulic distributor
to the bucket to feed a tool without having to disassemble the hydraulics on the shovel.

As standard, the PH400 has an additional hydraulic function to power an option, you just have to pull these 2 hoses to power a tool.