The HESEB beamline was designed to cover the range of photon energies from about 70 eV to 1800 eV. An Apple II type Undulator is used as the photon source, and a Plane Grating Monochromator (PGM) is used as the photon dispersing tool. In addition, HESEB beamline contains a beam splitter unit placed just after the PGM that enables to build of a second branch that can work in the same photon range interchangeably as the ID11-right branch. The HESEB analysis chamber allows fluorescence and total electron yield measurements. A motorized sample manipulator is at disposal for raster measurements and allows heating and cooling of the sample, as well as giving the possibility to impose a magnetic field.