Brewfather uses ppm values for the water profile, so your water report have to be converted to this. Below you will find help converting your values to ppm.
1 mg/L = 1 ppm
From Alkalinity mmol/l to ppm Bicarbonate HCO3: multiply by 61 From Alkalinity mg/l CaCO3 to ppm Bicarbonate HCO3: multiply by 1.22 From Alkalinity mmol/l to mg/l CaCO3: multiply by 50 1000 ug/L = 1 ppm ug/L / 1000 = ppm
Calcium as CaCO3 ppm * 0.401 = Calcium (Ca) ppm Magnesium as CaCO3 ppm * 0.243 = Magnesium (Mg) ppm Sulfate as Sulfur ppm as SO4-S * 3 = Sulfate (SO4) ppm Bicarbonate as CaCO3 ppm * 1.22 = Bicarbonate (HCO3) ppm US Hardness grains/gallon * 6.86 = Calcium (Ca) ppm °Clark / °e (English) Hardness grain/imp gallon * 5.71 = Calcium (Ca) ppm German Hardness (°dH, deutsche Härte) * 7.14 = Calcium (Ca) ppm Calcium Hardness mEq/L or mval * 20 = Calcium (Ca) ppm Karbonate Hardness dKH * 21.8 = Bicarbonate (HCO3) ppm Alkalinity mEq/L or mval * 61 = Bicarbonate (HCO3) ppm Minor Ions (Currently not in use) Carbonate as CaCO3 ppm * 0.6 = Carbonate (CO3) ppm Nitrate as Nitrogen ppm as NO3-N * 4.43 = Nitrate (NO3) ppm
If the water report does not inlcude the pH you can use 8.0 as pH.