Calcium gluconate, a calcium salt of gluconic acid, has specific temperature requirements for storage to maintain its stability and quality.

Calcium gluconate is typically stable when stored at room temperature, which is around 20-25 degrees Celsius (68-77 degrees Fahrenheit).This temperature range is suitable for most commercial formulations of calcium gluconate.

It is advisable to avoid exposing calcium gluconate to excessive heat.Therefore, it is best to store it in a cool area away from direct sunlight and heat sources.Temperatures below 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) are generally considered suitable for maintaining the stability of calcium gluconate.

Although calcium gluconate is stable at room temperature, refrigeration can be employed for long-term storage, especially for extended shelf-life or bulk quantities.Storing calcium gluconate in a refrigerator at temperatures between 2-8 degrees Celsius (36-46 degrees Fahrenheit) can further enhance its stability and extend its shelf life.

Specific storage recommendations may vary between different manufacturers or suppliers.   Therefore, it's advisable to refer to the product label or consult the manufacturer's instructions for the recommended storage conditions for the specific calcium gluconate product we have.