Originally Posted by jeffaquarius
That's what Murphy's Law says. So if the tank seams can fail without even using a wave maker, what makes you think that it will not happen when using one?
Bottom line, there's not nearly enough information to form any sort of conclusion about this. With tank seal failures being a 1 in a million occurrence as it is, there's absolutely no chance of accurately gauging the point you're trying to make.
It's like saying "If I remove 1lb of weight from my car it will accelerate faster, get better gas mileage, and last longer." Sure it will, but the difference is so infinitesimal, what's the point of even saying it?