The term "granulate" is not a unit of measurement but refers to a specific form of solid material. Granulate consists of small, often fairly uniform-sized particles or grains. The particle size can vary significantly depending on the type of material and the specific process used to produce the granulate.
In the context of sampling bulk materials, the term "granulate" refers to the physical nature of the material being collected. Granulated material can pose a challenge for sampling as it's important to ensure that the sample represents all particle sizes present in the bulk material, as I explained in the previous response.
Granulate is found in many different industries and applications, including the food industry, plastic manufacturing, the pharmaceutical industry, and many others. When sampling granulated material, it's important to consider both the specific properties of the granulate and the general principles of sampling.