SGS Test Result


   High-performance permeable green building material:

MORIEI high-tech fiber resin fulfills the requirements of the Certification on Green Building Material Label (GBM Label) by the Architecture and Building Research Institute, the Ministry of the Interior, ROC (Taiwan). According to the GBM Label system, a “high-performance permeable green material” promotes water infiltration and retention through its high permeability, complies with the requirements of water conservation, reduce burdens on public drainage facilities and urban flood scales. Water conservation is one of the 9 Green Building indicators by the Ministry of Interior, referring to the capabilities to improve soil ecosystem, help stabilize climate, reduce regional flooding, decrease flood occurrence rate, increase rainwater retention and collection of building foundation. 



Sample tested: natural hematite (0.4 cm)
*Please note test results may differ for other natural stones and recycled materials. 



   SGS Tests Results:

           CNS14995, CNS382CNS 14703CNS 14791CNS382 

(JISA1106; JISA1108; JIS K7025; JIS A1435, B.P.N certification can be available)

Evaluation Criteria


Test Item

Evaluation Benchmark

Test Method

Test Results

Water permeability and
water retention


Permeability coefficient (k)

The coefficient of permeability k-value greater than 10-2 cm /s.

In accordance with CNS 14995: Test for permeable concrete block pavers; or CNS 13298: Constant head method of the test for water permeability of geotextiles by permittivity.

K =Thickness 5cm: 66
Thickness 3cm: 43
Thickness 2cm: 26

Water retention

Porosity (n)

Pavement porosity 15%

In accordance with CNS 382, the ratio = (saturated surface dry weigh—weight in air)/volume× the unit weight of water

Thickness 3cm: 17.6%

Water absorption

Water absorption

Water absorption10%

In accordance with      CNS 487 or CNS 488 for different aggregate sizes, and with CNS 382 for pervious blocks and aggregates.


Pavement material durability

Wear resistance

Los Angeles wear rate

Los Angeles wear rate 50%

In accordance with CNS 490, and with CNS 14791 for fine aggregates only.





In accordance with CNS 14703 test method for water soluble chlorides in mortar and concrete, and with CNS 13407 for materials containing on cement.

Fine aggregate (No Need)

Pavement safety

Compressive strength

Compressive strength

A level of 280 kgf /cm2 above          (for heavy lane)


Thickness 5cm:
437 kgf / cm2

B level is 245 kgf / cm2 above          (for small and medium sized lane)


Thickness 3cm:        604 kgf /cm2

Class C is 175 kgf / cm2 above          (for bicycles and sidewalks)


Thickness 2cm

Bending strength

Bending strength

Class A of 70 kgf / cm2 above           (for heavy lane)

Permeable brick:              CNS 14995
Poured-in-pace permeable rigid pavement: CNS 1232

Thickness 5cm:
122.9 kgf/cm2
(2560 kgf)

Class B is 60 kgf / cm2 above              (for small and medium sized lane)

Thickness 3cm:
129.2 kgf/cm2
(969 kgf)

Class C of 45 kgf / cm2 above                (for bicycles and sidewalks)

Thickness 2cm