A dielectric barrier discharge non-equilibrium plasma was employed to study the reaction of HCFC-22 (CHClF2) with methane (in an argon bath gas) at atmospheric pressure and in the absence of oxygen and nitrogen. The reaction produced a fluorine-containing polymeric product, as well as gaseous species including H2, HF, HCl, CHF3, C2H3F, CH3Cl, CH2ClF, C2HClF4, CHCl2F, CH2Cl2 and CCl2F2. While the main polymeric fraction is non-crosslinked, a small portion of the solid product is crosslinked. The polymers contain a wide range of functional groups including CH3, CH2, CHCl, CHF, CHClF, CHF2, CF2 and CF3. The conversion level of CHClF2 increased from 53% to 78%, with an increment in input energy density from 3 kJ L-1 to 13 kJ L-1. A reaction mechanism is proposed explaining the formation of gaseous as well as polymeric products.