A Column Shutter is a type of formwork used in construction to create and support a concrete column. It is a temporary structure that is used to hold the wet concrete in place while it sets and hardens. The column shutter is typically made of wood, steel, aluminum, or a combination of materials, and it is designed to be removed after the concrete has hardened. The Column Shutter is typically made up of two parts: an outer form and an inner form. The outer form is used to shape the exterior of the column, while the inner form is used to shape the interior of the column.